Whether we're enthusiastic or sceptical about AI, we still need to teach students how to navigate the AI landscape.
Celebrating award-winning educational leadership – Macquarie Business School / Faculty of Science & Engineering
A unique cross-faculty initiative between Macquarie Business School and Faculty of Science and Engineering has developed innovative capstone units that aim to prepare business and science students for post-pandemic ways of working.
Dr Christian Thomas relishes the challenge of showing students how mathematics is something that can bring wonder.
In the Faculty of Science and Engineering, improving Convenor (teacher) presence in the online space proved to be very effective for student engagement.
How providing opportunities for learning outside the classroom can deliver memorable and authentic learning experiences.
Careers and employability were in the spotlight at Macquarie University’s first-ever Engineering Student Employability Conference (ESEC) on 23 November 2022.
As an associate lecturer in anatomy in the Department of Chiropractic, Joyce El-Haddad strives for the best in herself, her students and in her teaching practice. TECHE asks her what drives her aspirations to be the best teacher she can...
Professor Helen Pask, happy to have students back on campus, outlines how Physics units employ contextual learning for non-Physics majors. She reflects on moving teaching wholly online in session 1: some changes have been short-term but others will continue.