MUIC is taking the development of students’ English language proficiency seriously by including Language Use descriptors in language-rich assessment rubrics. This article explains how we went about the development of these descriptors, to be used by the non-linguist.
Mapping collection objects with teaching units across campus: uncovering resources buried in the Uni’s museums to maximise their value to our skilled teaching staff and curriculum developers. It is all about removing barriers between the learning and teaching community and...
Course design and renewal is a job for our experts! Faculties are focusing on maintaining high quality learning outcomes for students in tight timeframes.
An interview with Gail White, Executive Director, Student Engagement and Registrar, on her role in Project Beacon, the difference between a CMS and an SMS and what will happen to AMIS.
As the Curriculum Architecture Policy has now been approved and the Principles endorsed, the work moves to the Faculties to commence the Coursework Suite Renewal. Here is an overview of key dates, activities and where to find support.
Mariella Herberstein shares how the Curriculum Architecture project came about, what feedback the principles have received so far and what comes next.
After successful ThinkTank sessions, the Macquarie University International College (MUIC) is re-designing its curriculum by more effectively embedding academic literacies, authentic assessments, formative feedback, active learning and critical reflection.
Here we unpack some of the key principles, provide more information on your part within the project and send a reminder to add your comments to the feedback forms.