Lectern training will be held next Thursday and Friday to introduce teaching staff to the various types of lecterns on campus. Continue reading Lectern Training for Session 1
Registrations are now open for the Teaching Induction Program (TIP) – session 1. The Teaching Induction Program is a blended professional learning experience, developed and delivered in partnership by Faculty Learning and Teaching Teams and Learning Innovation Hub (LIH) staff. Continue reading Teaching Induction Program (TiP) Registration Open Now
Want some tips for writing snappy, effective comments in Turnitin/Grademark? Super! Turnitin are running a webinar on the 19th October, 8am. Read on for more info and registration link.
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.
The due date for the second round of applications for Academic Promotion (Levels B, C and D) is quickly approaching.
Conversation-Analytic Role-Play Method (CARM) is an internationally recognised method of professional communication teaching. CARM uses audio and video recordings of real-time, actual encounters to identify conversational problems and roadblocks as well as effective practices for avoiding and resolving them. The Faculty of Medicine and Health Science invites all Macquarie staff to a one day free workshop on CARM conducted by internationally recognised expert Dr Rein Sikveland, as part of a three day program.
Prepare for online marking with a workshop on GradeMark and GradeMark Rubrics, Wednesday 23 and 30 March.
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.
Keen to try some of iLearn’s new tools, or just refresh the basics? Now’s the “purrfect” time…
In some disciplines, post-doctoral fellows are co-supervisors of Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidates. The convenor of Macquarie University’s Supervision Enhancement Program (SEP), Associate Professor Merilyn Childs, is keen to establish a strategy with and for post-doctoral fellows that focuses on supervision as an aspect of their career development.