They say timing is everything, and it can be particularly crucial for the feedback experience. The key is to provide feedback with enough time for students to use it effectively to improve and advance their study.
A recent study on the transition challenges students from refugee backgrounds face in the quest to achieve further education also provides a series of recommendations to help facilitate success.
Professor Ian Paulsen expresses his mutual love of science and gaming and the problem solving involved in both, his initial concerns about teaching and how diversifying and seizing opportunities is the way to survive the academic adventure.
Zoe talks about Macquarie's collegial spirit, Pierre shares how he loves helping people, Jacqueline recalls how happy she's been to help establish the Medical Faculty and Matthew explains why uni's more enjoyable than school.
With the Respect.Now.Always (RNA) Action Plan launched, learn what steps you can take to combat sexual assault and harassment in the Macquarie University Community.
Colleagues of Sherman Young share a few parting words as he finishes his time as Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching.
The Research Enrichment Program’s free Annual Outlook Conference is on 24-25 July and features a wonderful array of speakers from diverse disciplines to expand on their vision for humanity’s future.