Spotlight on practice: Keeping students on track and motivated – Nathan Hart

Nathan Hart (Biology) shares his intensive approach to student communication this year and his own learnings about iLearn – in-between filming experiments on crickets on his kitchen table.

/ 24 September, 2020
Philip Chappell - Photo by Mike Catabay for TECHE

Spotlight on practice – The essentials of online learning: flexibility, genuine care … and a cat – Phil Chappell

Phil Chappell (Linguistics) tells of the importance of showing genuine concern for students and how he redesigned his unit to handle any situation!

/ 24 September, 2020

A new process to prepare exams

Changes for the November 2020 exam period aim to improve the quality of exams and the student experience.

/ 23 September, 2020
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Learning and Teaching Podcast Discussion Club

The Learning and Teaching Podcast Discussion Club is like a book club... but with podcasts!

/ 21 September, 2020

Discover your Voice: Prepare your voice for online teaching delivery

Vocal and breathing exercises to warm up your voice so you can record effective online teaching materials and ensure you don’t damage your most important instrument!

/ 18 September, 2020

Discover your online presence: Video series continues – Develop confidence on camera

If you are nervous about recording yourself on camera, then watch this video for some practical tips.

/ 17 September, 2020

Discover your online presence: Practical tips for presenting on camera

A series of short videos providing practical strategies for improving your online recordings

/ 9 September, 2020
Max Harwood, Department of Anthropology. Photo by Mike Catabay for TECHE

Spotlight on practice: adjusting for equity in online learning – Max Harwood

According to his students, a “dedicated professor / tutor is key in making the online experience positive”. In this post, Max Harwood (Anthropology) shares his approach for an equitable online learning experience for all students.

/ 9 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