You convene two units and you co-teach on another and that is just a fraction of your workload. You have limited time for ‘extra-curricular’ activities and you want to integrate your teaching and research where possible. For teaching development, you prioritise practical ‘just-in-time’ professional learning that helps you streamline teaching preparation and administration so that your face-to-face and online teaching is more efficient, effective, and most importantly enjoyable, for you and your students.
|Using MQ Technology and Tools||User guides for all MQ supported learning technologies available on this website whenever you need them.|
|Feedback to students||A series of TECHE posts covering feedback for learning.|
|Turnitin: Feedback Studio||Learn how to use Feedback Studio to provide students with assignment grades and feedback, including QuickMarks, general comments and a rubric. 45 min Workday module.|
|Turnitin: Rubrics||Understand the different types of rubrics you can create in Turnitin and learn how to create and share a rubric. 30 minute Workday module.|
|Research enriched teaching||Uniting teaching and research:|
identifying ways in which research can be used to enrich student learning throughout the curriculum (2-page .pdf)
|Introduction to MQ’s Curriculum Management System||A module for anyone needing to use or work with the MQCMS: what it’s used for, information flow, approval process, searching information, making unit or course amendments. 1 hour Workday module.|
|Active learning self-paced modules||Module 1: implementing active learning in your classroom: low-stakes techniques, key literature findings and practical tips.|
Module 2: advanced active learning tips and techniques and suggestions for tackling common issues.
2 modules – 45 minutes each.
|Zoom for teaching||Learn how to set up and work with – and in – Zoom for learning and teaching: practical tips and techniques, using basic Zoom functions, recommended set-up options, tweaking default options and how to make your Zoom teaching sessions more interactive and engaging.|