Lindie Clark talks about what the new Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework might mean for the PACE program at Macquarie, and how we know that experiential learning really works.
Learning Analytics can sometimes be construed as big data, or even Big Brother. But it’s really about being able to tell a story about a learner, according to Dr Danny Liu.
If you follow Teche on Twitter (@TecheMQ) you may have seen that this time last week a few of us were visiting The University of Sydney. Here’s a bit more on who and what we saw. Continue reading Community, sharing and a touch of tech envy
By 2017, all content on iLearn will be made visible to all Macquarie staff. Or at least that’s what’s proposed in the recent Learning and Teaching Green Paper. So what happens when you open up your unit content to your colleagues? Ask Associate Professor Jenny Donald.
ePortfolios will be an integral component of the new Bachelor of Clinical Science from next year, and the new Learning and Teaching Green Paper signals broader adoption might be on the horizon at Macquarie. So what is an ePortfolio, and why do they sometimes get bad press? Professor Kirsty Forrest, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, offers her thoughts.
“Most people who know me know that I would argue vigorously that the traditional lecture is dead. But that’s when I’m being provocative.”
So give us your more nuanced view, Mitch Parsell…
Continue the conversation about the Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework Green Paper at the Town Hall Meeting on 9 June.
After many months of discussion and consultation, we’re delighted to announce that the L&T Strategic Framework Green Paper has just been published to the DVC-A website: