Tag Archives: student engagement

Enquiry-Based Learning and Student Research

My previous Teche post discusses how student engagement with research can be facilitated by building enquiry-based learning activities into the curriculum, as these enable students to develop an orientation and many of the skills needed for research tasks.  These include analysing requirements, investigating source materials, identifying critical information and ideas, constructing a resolution and working in teams.

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Learning & Teaching Exchange – exploring student engagement in face to face

It is a cry we often hear:

How do you engage students during face to face lectures? They’re on their devices and physically present but I don’t know that they are mentally present!*

If you feel this shared pain, why not come along to our next Learning and Teaching Exchange?

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October’s Learning & Teaching Exchange: KickStart

Learning & Teaching Exchange – What is KickStart and how can it work for me?


All staff
 from across the university are invited!

KickStart LogoJoin us on Tuesday, 6th October for Learning & Teaching Exchange, the newly revamped iLearn Exchange which will now more have a broader focus on sharing innovations and best practices in learning and teaching at Macquarie.

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