This series of posts presents ten simple suggestions to help you change your units or parts of your units to develop students’ research skills and competencies that you can adapt to suit your particular context.
Agnes Bosanquet is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Human Sciences. I sat down with her to find out more about her blog, The Slow Academic. Continue reading Meet Agnes, The Slow Academic
Are you convening a PACE unit this session?
Did you know that there is a module on work health and safety that you can embed in your iLearn unit? Continue reading Preparing PACE Students For Safe Workplace Experiences
Scheduled IT maintenance is taking place on Sunday 13 August 2017 from 6am to 10am to carry out routine Data Centre and Network maintenance.
The Teaching Induction Program is available in session 2. TIP is a blended professional learning program, developed and delivered by Faculty Learning and Teaching teams and Learning Innovation Hub (LIH) staff. Continue reading Teaching Induction Program (TIP) For Session 2
Introducing a new Teche column, Pracademics, on the day-to-day of teaching in higher education.
Some time ago I was asked to write a post for Teche on time management for higher education teaching. (Then I was asked a bit later about the post, and then some time later again, and well, …)
I’m extremely bad at time management but that’s because, really, it doesn’t exist and isn’t possible. Continue reading Pracademics. #Time Management
Call out to all the collaborators!
Looking to make new connections? Eager to share your knowledge and thoughts regarding key areas of focus for the University? Keen to experience personal and professional growth? Love free food? Then we want you! Continue reading Help Move Macquarie’s Footprint In The Right Direction
As we approach Session 2, you may be rethinking your assessments and their moderation in accordance with Macquarie’s policy, especially if you work with teaching and marking teams.
Least week, the Learning Innovation Hub strategy team got together to report back on recent professional development activities. I learned that some meetings can actually inspire rather than bore. With connection being the central theme of Learning for the Future, we need to actively work to improve connections within our teams.
The MAC101 iLearn unit, a cross-faculty and cross-institution creation, was launched in Session 1, 2017. All first year students will be enrolled in the unit automatically, however students at all stages of their degree can self-enrol in the unit. Continue reading MAC101 – MQ Essentials for Students