Bite sized chunks of learning and teaching theory and practice – a quick read at just 1 or 2 A4 page each.
Each guide provides links to additional resources should you wish to explore further.
|Quick Guide (and link)||Description|
|Actioning Evaluation||Advice on interpreting the results of TEDS survey results with links and resources to help you take action on the outcomes.|
|Constructive Alignment||Defining and applying constructive alignment.|
|Evaluation Surveys||An overview of the TEDS survey instruments used at Macquarie to formally evaluate the student experience of the unit and teaching practices.|
|Evidencing your teaching||How to evidence your teaching practice using multiple quantitative and qualitative data sources from within and beyond the classroom.|
|Feedback Methods||Specifying how feedback will happen.|
|Feedback Strategies for Markers||A guide for markers on providing impactful feedback that is time efficient and effective.|
|Grade Descriptors||Defining and applying grade descriptors and standards to evaluate student performance.|
|Improving Feedback Impact and Quality||Using different types of feedback and feed-forward strategies, and introducing feedback related activities in lectures, tutorials and iLearn sites.|
|Informal Evaluation||Finding out what students think of your unit using methods other than the end of session surveys.|
|Learning Outcomes||Writing feasible learning outcomes.|
|Peer Marking||How to guide students on peer marking and decide which tools to use to support the process.|
|Quiz Analysis||Analysing the performance of iLearn quiz questions can help improve the quality of quiz assessment tasks. iLearn provides statistical reports for the quiz overall and individual questions.|
|Quiz Randomisation||Using the different types of randomisation in iLearn (Moodle) quizzes can reduce opportunities for academic integrity breaches.|
|Rubric Design||Creating and using rubrics that are easy for students and markers to understand.|
|Student Participation||Ways to encourage student participation.|
|Student Workload||Specifying how students will spend their time in the unit’s activities (how many hours).|
|Unit Activities||Specifying classes and learning activities|
|Unit Assessment||Specifying how students will be assessed.|
|Unit Guides||What should be included in a Unit Guide. How to write a good unit description.|
|Universal Design for Learning||Designing materials, methods and assessment to serve all students to the greatest extent possible.|
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