Tag: learning online

Postgraduate post-experience blended learning: can it be done?

Changing a highly rated course which has been around for over 30 years is not a trivial exercise. Especially when you change from face-to-face to a blended learning environment. This is currently underway at Macquarie Business School's Master of Applied...

/ 17 June, 2021
2 hour limit

Assessment policy brief: examinations limited to two hours

Guidance on complying with this policy change.

/ 31 May, 2021

Four ideas for humanising online teaching

Practical tips for calming student anxiety around online learning.

/ 5 May, 2021

Why are they not participating? 5 tips to encourage online communities

Disappointed with low student participation in your unit? We have 5 tips for you!

/ 9 February, 2021
Yi Li. Photo by Mike Catabay for TECHE

Spotlight on practice: Community-centered teaching and learning – Yi Li

Yi Li (Marketing) demonstrates marketing philosophy in her teaching practice, explaining how she creates a solid online community through a 'consumer-centric' approach to teaching.

/ 12 November, 2020

Exploring mixed mode teaching delivery

A free cross-institutional community of interest event hosted by UTS

/ 12 November, 2020
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Learning is doing, learning is context

Professor Helen Pask, happy to have students back on campus, outlines how Physics units employ contextual learning for non-Physics majors. She reflects on moving teaching wholly online in session 1: some changes have been short-term but others will continue.

/ 2 November, 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

Spotlight on practice: Beating the COVID blues and teaching online – John Knox

His students consider him a 'knowledge master' when it comes to helping them learn online. Here, John Knox (Linguistics) shares his thoughts on what works for him when teaching online.

/ 24 August, 2020