Tag: teaching philosophy

Dr Albert Lee on the value of diagnostic assessment quizzes

Albert has a scientific approach to the delivery of MEDI304; a unit that invites students to complete a diagnostic assessment quiz in Week 0.  Results of the quiz support student learning and guide the planning of weekly lectures.

/ 5 August, 2019
students at a whiteboard

The Journey Of A Learning & Teaching Philosophy

Find out how MUIC (Macquarie University International College) developed its learning and teaching philosophy, how they introduced it to their community, and how they make it work.

/ 16 August, 2018
Thinking - Photo Mike Catabay for LIH

Do You Have A Teaching Philosophy?

Do you have a teaching philosophy? It’s a definite advantage to have one prepared, so here are some pointers.

/ 14 December, 2017
Lilia Mantai graduation - Photo by Michael Garganera

Pracademics – Teaching during the PHD

"One’s networks and communities, friends, family and colleagues all contribute to how one develops and views themselves as a researcher."

/ 3 October, 2017
cross-section of sliced onion on chopping board

How to Cut Onions without crying: Michael Gillings on teaching

Michael's students have voted him amongst the top four lecturers in Australia for each of the past five years. Is his success just down to sheer numbers?

/ 29 January, 2015