Category: Teaching Practice

Discussions around teaching practice.

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Ten Easy Ways To Put Research And Inquiry Into Units (1/10)

This series of posts presents ten simple ways you can adjust your units, or parts of your units, to develop students’ research skills and competencies, which you can adapt to suit your particular context.

/ 25 May, 2017
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Spotlight on giving and receiving feedback

Feedback is only efficient, however, if it’s communicated and presented appropriately.

/ 16 May, 2017
video camcorder by Mike Catabay for LIH

Meet the Educational Media Producers

Looking for help with producing media? Educational Media Producers in the Learning Innovation Hub (LIH) can offer fresh perspectives and specialist techniques in creating educational media resources to enhance online learning experiences at Macquarie.

/ 27 April, 2017
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Have you heard the buzz about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?

The SDGs aka the Sustainable Development Goals are becoming big news for business, industry, government and education. Why is this a big deal?

/ 26 April, 2017
David and Robert from MMCCS filming on location during the first Pathways program 2017. Photo by Mike Catabay

Media Students Wow Academics

This post deserves a second title: How to create great videos and train students for a real job!

/ 30 March, 2017
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6 Tips To Improve Your Video Blogs

If you've thought about starting a vlog, or if you're looking to take your current video blogging skills to the next level, I've got 6 tips to share with you that can help you create a better vlog.

/ 29 March, 2017
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A Toxic Effect Of ‘Flying Solo’ For Teaching Staff

Research suggests that working in isolation might actually be harmful for your job satisfaction and well-being, especially if you are an ‘early career’ academic.

/ 3 November, 2016

9 Tips For Designing A Non-Accredited Program: A Case Study

How does one design a non-accredited program? What works and what does not? This case study of a Macquarie program shares some insights... 

/ 7 September, 2016
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University Assignments: Why Students Rarely Go ‘Outside Of The Box’

Macquarie undergraduate student Aprill Miles took to the podium to deliver a keynote at the German Undergraduate Research Conference last month. For Aprill, the experience of working on her own research project has been truly transformational. It also opened her...

/ 5 August, 2016