If you’re new to university teaching or new to teaching at Macquarie, registrations are now open for the Teaching Induction Program (TIP) and the Foundations in Learning and Teaching Program (FILT) for Session 2. Continue reading Professional Development for Session 2 – Registrations Now Open
Faculty Learning and Teaching teams have been working in partnership with the Learning Innovation Hub to redesign our foundational learning and teaching professional development programs (TIP and FiLT). These programs will be delivered in blended mode, with both central common components and faculty-specific requirements.
Registrations are open now for the Foundations in Learning and Teaching (FiLT) program! FiLT will be presented in mainly online mode over 16 weeks, complemented by an initial face-to-face meeting on Wednesday 17 February.
The FILT (Foundations in Learning and Teaching) Alumni Scholarship aim is to encourage a scholarly approach to Learning and Teaching across Macquarie University’s FILT alumni community. This scholarship is an award of $1,000 that can be used to support your scholarly research and writing about learning and teaching or presentation at a conference on learning and teaching in higher education.
Who can apply? How do you apply?
You asked for it – you got it! In 2015, FILT is available Online as well as in Block mode.
FILT Alumnus wins scholarship
Congratulations Karen Winter! Karen, an alumnus of the Foundation in Learning and Teaching (FILT) Program, was awarded the 2014 FILT Alumni Scholarship at a recent FILT Alumni network meeting. Her proposal “International students’ evaluation of teaching”, aims to explore the effect international students’ cultural and linguistic backgrounds have on Learner Experience of Teaching (LET) surveys.