A podcast on podcasting, overcoming a temporary William Shatner impersonation:
The Faculty of Science and Engineering held an ‘Assessment Ideas’ session on 27 April, attended by over a dozen people from across the faculty. Attendees shared their practices and challenges…
A new Assessment Policy has just been approved by the Academic Senate and will come into effect for Session 2. Associate Professor Michael Hitchens, FSE’s Associate Dean Quality and Standards, gives his answers to some real questions academics have asked about the policy.
Active learning, critical thinking and problem-solving are the most attributes most sought after by employers looking to take on STEM graduates, according to a report from the Office of the Chief Scientist.
Head of Departments (or their delegates) can start assigning staff in iTeach for Session 2 2015 units. [Quick guide: Assigning staff to a unit guide and iLearn space]
As of Monday (4th May) assigned convenors can start activating S2 2015 iLearn units in iTeach [Quick Guide: Activating an iLearn space]
Michael Grant has recently moved into the ground floor of E7A part-time as the LTC’s Educational Designer for the Faculty of Science and Engineering. But he’s no stranger to the Faculty…
Session 2 FPP applications are open NOW for the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Science unit convenors present their “warts and all” assessment of Kickstart: how well did the pre-session engagement initiative work in its first outing in the Faculty of Science and Engineering?
Audrey Markowskei recently took on the tricky challenge of moving to paperless assignments in a Mathematics unit. Jorge Reyna from the LTC participated in the evaluation of various apps and platforms, as featured on Teche. In this post Audrey offers her own reflections on the trial.