Category: Practice

Discussions around teaching practice.

students doing groupwork

“Team X” – Developing a Teamwork Experience to Support ‘Teamwork Capable’ Student Employability

Team X, an in-development Strategic Priority Grant Project, aims to arm teachers and learners with the resources needed to create meaningful and successful teamwork experiences. Find out more and get involved >

/ 10 October, 2018
MUIC DDI

5 Tips To Refresh Your Curriculum

As the new Curriculum Architecture is picking up steam and there is an increasing number of curriculum re-design projects across campus, here are some top tips for curriculum refreshment.

/ 10 October, 2018
Michael Donovan

Embedding Indigenous Knowledges Across The Curriculum – Meet Michael Donovan

Meet Michael Donovan, the new Academic Director, Indigenous Learning and Teaching in Walanga Muru, who, through the new Curriculum Architecture, will be helping faculties embed Indigenous knowledges across all courses by 2020.

/ 3 October, 2018
Students studying on campus

Building Your iLearn Unit For Session 3 

Building an iLearn unit to support your compressed curriculum for Session 3 (S3) is challenging. Your S3 iLearn unit must suit the shorter five-week study period whilst still maintaining identical learning outcomes, equivalent assessment and student workload as S1 and...

/ 3 October, 2018
watering plants

Coffee Course Day 5: Building Student Confidence and Practical Examples Of Feedback

For our final instalment in the Coffee Course Feedback For Learning, we encourage educators to get students involved in the feedback process through predicting feedback and self-regulation.

/ 2 October, 2018

How To Do Online Meetings Properly

Ahead of the train station closure next week, here are a few reminders of how to successfully conduct meetings online.

/ 26 September, 2018
watering plants

Coffee Course Day 4: How To Make Feedback Effective

Day 4 of the Coffee Course on Feedback for Learning looks at the how - be selective, embrace technology options, and foster students' feedback literacy.

/ 24 September, 2018
Girl at computer

The Three Most Important Digital Literacy Skills

The Widening Participation Unit's LEAP-Links Digital Literacy program aims to address the growing gap in digital competencies in low socio-economic status (low SES) students and students from regional and remote areas.

/ 20 September, 2018
watering plants

Coffee Course Day 3: Feedback Timing

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.

/ 18 September, 2018