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FPP: Collaborating for successful outcomes

“We know what we want to do but we’re just not sure of the best way to do it or even whether we have the skills and equipment to do it!” This sentiment initiated the current Faculty Partnership Program (FPP) project with the Faculty of Human Sciences, involving the Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC) and the Macquarie School of Education Secondary Teacher Education Program (STEP).

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The flipped classroom is so much more than just video

“Rewarding experience”, “incredibly high levels of engagement”, “unprecedented pass rate”: Dr Melanie Bishop reflects on her flipped MAR202 unit and student feedback which demonstrate not only students’ positive perceptions associated with active learning but also the importance of high-quality engagement with content, peers and teaching staff.

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