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FILT Online: Launching 23 February

You asked for it – you got it! In 2015, FILT is available Online as well as in Block mode.

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Lilia Mantai, FILT Online Facilitator

The Foundations in Learning and Teaching (FILT) program introduces you to teaching in a tertiary context. The FILT Online program consists of four modules. Each module is open in iLearn over a four week period, and offers an overview of contemporary theories for learning and teaching practice, the voices of experienced teachers and peers, and a rich set of useful resources. Read more about FILT and what it covers.

The online modules are interactive and you will participate in discussions and learning activities, reflecting on your own responses to issues and tasks, and sharing ideas with your fellow participants. An assessment task is set for each module with an assessment marking rubric, and there is a

Dr Marina Harvey
Dr Marina Harvey, FILT Convenor

textbook to support the program. By studying online, you will be also experiencing the learning environment that many of your students experience, whether they are full-time, part-time, distance or on campus students.

Register now!

The FILT Online program commences Monday, 23 February and continues through Session 1.  Register for the FILT Online program here.

Classic FILT, aka Block Mode, is offered on campus over five days at the beginning of each session (lunches provided!).  The next program begins 11 February 2015. More information and registration for  FILT Block Mode here.

FILT is also now available in Continuous Mode – five modules taught face-to-face over nine sessions with opportunities for reflection online in between. More information and registration here.

What’s in it for me?

By completing four modules from the FILT program, whether in Online, Block or Continuous Mode, you will be eligible for a FILT certificate. There is also an articulation pathway from the Foundations in Learning and Teaching program to Macquarie University’s Graduate Certificate in Higher Education. Contact Alison Cameron (alison.cameron@mq.edu.au) for further details.

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