Category: Human Sciences

From the Faculty of Human Sciences.

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Learner-Generated Digital Media: Fostering Prosumers In The Post-Truth World

A sneak peak into the Archaeology of Death & Burial (ADB-TV) Project team's exploration of three arguments advocating for bringing digital media into curriculum, assessment and learning activities – inspired and funded by the Professional Digital Competencies project.

/ 25 May, 2018
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Unleashing the pedagogical power of object-based learning

Join forces with the MQ Object-based Learning Pilot project team and use museum collections to support students 'leaping lightly over knowledge hurdles' in your teaching unit

/ 17 May, 2018

Getting Ready for Session 2

Getting ready for Session 2 Now that Session 2units are available in iTeach, this means that Department Managers can now assign unit convenors to their Session 2 iLearn units. If you’re a Unit Convenor, you’ll be notified once you’ve been...

/ 9 May, 2018

Massively Adaptive Complex Realistic Online Simulations with Interactive Mentoring (MACROSIMS)

Using role play create a virtual internship to develop professional identity and thinking

/ 4 May, 2018

Students as Partners: Alexandra King

Introducing… Alexandra King …. a participant in the Faculty of Human Sciences Partnership Program pilot for EDUC264 I’m in my second year of a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) and a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in English and minoring in Modern...

/ 24 April, 2018

FoHS 2018 Dean’s Awards

Faculty of Human Sciences 2018 Dean’s Awards Applications are now open Awards GIF from Awards GIFs The Dean’s awards recognise and reward excellence in learning and teaching in our Faculty. There are 3 award categories: Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence...

/ 24 April, 2018
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Let’s Talk…. About Contract Cheating

What is it, how can you tell if an assignment has been written by one of these services and what can be done to combat it?

/ 24 April, 2018

From study to work: preparing students for the future

EmployABILITY thinking engages students in their cognitive and social development as capable and informed individuals, professionals and social citizens.

/ 19 April, 2018

Students as Partners: Emma Campbell

This week in our Students as Partners series we feature Emma Campbell, a participant in the Faculty Partnership Program pilot. Emma Campbell I am a first year student studying a Bachelor of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences with a Bachelor...

/ 12 April, 2018