People attending the first day of Connect More: Learning and Teaching Week 2015 would be wise to bring along their laptop, iPad and pen and join in Robert Parker’s A Game Design Approach to Learning and Teaching workshop.
Imagine a world where any content you create for learning and teaching is able to be shared instantly with the university community, or beyond…
It is closer than you might think – but are we ready?
What’s your best tip for keeping students engaged?
You must establish a human relationship with them between Week 0 and Week 2. Once students see you as a relatable person and that you genuinely care for their well-being, you can get away with any pedagogy.
Have you heard learning analytics mentioned recently? Has it appeared in articles you’ve read, conversations you’ve overheard or are you just curious?
Your day by day guide to everything happening at Learning and Teaching Week, 14-17 September. Continue reading Learning and Teaching Week 2015: What’s on when?
Lois MacCullagh was a good student at high school, with high marks in the subjects she studied.
It wasn’t until she started university almost 20 years ago that things began to change. Struggling to keep up with her studies, Lois dropped out and went into the workforce instead.
A discussion on the different teaching philosophies of Chinese and Australian universities is one of a number of presentations that is drawing some attention at the upcoming Connect More Learning and Teaching Week 2015.
His passion has drawn the attention of Bill Gates, and now Professor David Christian will be bringing the forthcoming ‘Big History’ MOOC to a panel discussion at Learning and Teaching Week. We asked Professor Christian to give us an insight into Big History and its famous devotee.
Does ‘flipping’ really improve student engagement? Historian Dr Tanya Evans will be giving us her take on that topical question at this year’s Learning and Teaching Week. In the spirit of ‘Connect More’, we asked Tanya to share a bit more about her teaching world…
What do accounting, permaculture and performance artist Marina Abramovic have in common? Nick McGuigan thrives on hunting for teaching inspiration from unexpected sources. Before you catch him at Learning and Teaching Week, find out a little more about what makes Nick tick… Continue reading A Curious Mind: Connect More with…Nick McGuigan