All posts by L&T Development

The Learning and Teaching Staff Development team works with staff across the University to ensure they are supported to facilitate quality learning for students. This includes offering professional development, contributing to curriculum and assessment design, recognising and rewarding good practice, supporting peer review of teaching, and leading scholarly reflection. Email professional.learning@mq.edu.au with questions or requests.

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I took the plunge and added an industry placement to a non-WIL unit

How do you make sure students gain practical experience, apply theory and connect with industry all in one unit? Agi Bodis (Linguistics) explains.

/ 23 January, 2024

Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching MOOC: Enrol now for S1 2024

It's free, self-paced and has something for everyone - whether you're a new teacher, an emerging HE leader, or wanting to enhance student learning or your teaching practice.

/ 22 January, 2024

Beginning to Teach program: starts 30 January

An introductory teaching program with a practical focus for those who are just starting or have a couple of sessions of university teaching under their belt. Join now and be ready to teach in S1 with increased confidence.

/ 11 January, 2024

Make teaching development part of your game plan

Professional development for teaching: Here's what's on offer in 2024.

/ 11 January, 2024

Do you have a travel plan for your academic journey?

Here's a travel guide to top teaching development destinations for you to explore.

/ 13 November, 2023

Tips for presenting online like a pro

Want your online teaching to be as engaging as a TED Talk? This video series shows you how to use your voice effectively and present your best self in front of the camera.

/ 10 November, 2023

A recipe for teaching success: Free Development Opportunities

All of the ingredients laid out ready for you to cook up a feast!

/ 23 October, 2023

Spotlight on practice: Using rich case studies to make learning stick – Joel Fuller

Joel Fuller (Health Sciences) explains how connecting students with real stories develops holistic clinical skills.

/ 9 October, 2023

Ask us: What are your go-to resources for informal evaluation of teaching?

We explore different approaches to collecting feedback from students and peers.

/ 22 September, 2023