Category: Student learning

An experience going virtual

Fun, messy science demos in classrooms. What do you do when you and your audience need to connect via the Internet instead?

/ 25 September, 2020

Get the scoop on what your students think

Reading MQScoop, our University's student blog, is a useful way of reconnecting and reflecting on how our interactions with students shape their experience at Macquarie.

/ 4 September, 2020

Encourage student participation in the Student Experience Survey (SES) 2020

The results of this survey will help Macquarie University and the government to improve the student experience.

Studying during COVID-19: insights from Sociology and Gender Studies students

Research with Sociology and Gender Studies students indicates that flexible arrangements that account for students’ lived realities are key to satisfaction and wellbeing. Written by Dr Charlotte Overgaard and Dr Saartje Tack.

/ 28 July, 2020

Teaching face-to-face in a laboratory: What I’d do in S2.

Read this simple checklist of how to create a safe learning environment for you and your students during practical sessions in laboratories and other specialised learning spaces

/ 23 July, 2020

Visualiser: The Hidden Gem in the Classroom

10 reasons why you should use the visualiser in F2F teaching - by Leeanne Mendonca De Mello and ...

/ 14 July, 2020

Resources for embedding Indigenous perspectives in your unit

Find and share Indigenous resources in this Connected Literacies community iLearn unit

/ 9 July, 2020

Just Report it, We’ll Sort it

Read about ‘Advocate’, Macquarie’s new Student Care and Reporting system.

/ 23 June, 2020