Join the Learning Technology Research Cluster for their last session of the year in an exposé of how wearable technologies can be used in education. This session will build upon the Learning and Teaching Week Symposium by showing how the technologies work, some apps and the possibilities for use in the classroom. Continue reading Wearable Technologies in Education Exposé
Join Dr Andis Klegeris from the University of British Columbia, Canada, as he discusses tutor-less methods of conducting problem-based learning exercises in large undergraduate science classes.
Come and join the fabulous staff from the Learning and Teaching Centre in the exciting program, Foundations in Learning and Teaching (FILT). It doesn’t matter if you are new to teaching or have been teaching for many years, you will find this program beneficial, fulfilling and rewarding. You will gain knowledge and skills to assist in your teaching career.
The Tutoring Induction Program (TIP), a professional development program for tutors and session staff, has undergone a restructure and this will be reflected from Session 2, 2015 and onwards. Get some practical tips on planning for your classes, encouraging discussion, being inclusive, managing emergencies and difficult situations, engaging your students, being an iLearn ninja, promoting academic integrity, developing your professional portfolio, and more.
The Office of Indigenous Strategy invites all MQ staff and students to join in and celebrate/learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements in National Reconciliation Week.
The Learning and Teaching Centre will be running a workshop on HDR Online Application Assessment. As of April 2015 a new module of Macquarie’s student management system will allow administrators and academics to conduct assessment of HDR and Research Pathway degree applications online.
Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Learning and Teaching Centre’s workshop “New to Teaching: the first tutorial” on Tuesday 3 March, we have scheduled another.
Come and join Dr Agnes Bosanquet as she talks about techniques and styles of teaching and how to make your tutorial a great experience. There will be time for questions and discussion during this session.
To submit an application for promotion, you will need to:
- email your completed application (Application Cover Sheet & Checklist, Case for Promotion, CV Template and Discipline Report) to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm EST on Friday 30 January 2015;
Here are the upcoming LTC workshops for December.