Category Archive for "Teaching Practice Development"

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Seminar – Working with sessional staff

  Stories from faculty Presented by Dr Julia Savage, Professional Learning Team, DLF Join us to hear from LES and Health academics about innovative and standards-based strategies for supporting sessional staff. Special guests are Jan West, Tricia Wevill, Adam Cardilini

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STARS (Student transition achievement retention and success) Conference 2016

Guest speaker Brydie Leigh Bartleet, Director of the QLD Conservatorium (and 2014 Australian University Teacher of the Year) Brydie’s keynote focused on the capacity of the Arts to engage and build community. In particular, Brydie highlighted the outcomes of her

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Active learning games

Games are a great way to engage students and encourage them to participate. Here is one game – What do you know? – that you might like to try in your class. what do you know PDF   Vikki Pollard

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Student engagement: What do I/we/they mean?

Deakin Learning Future Seminar presented by Dr Julia Savage Student Engagement: What do I/we/they mean? “If you want to learn to play basketball, I can lecture you all day and you’re not going to improve. You have to practise and

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Helping students develop group work skills

Students really dislike group work when (a) they are not sure how the group should work and (b) when some group members get a free ride (Hall & Buzzwell, 2013). One strategy we can use to improve students’ experience of group

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HERDSA Seminar – Authentic assessment

Dr Julie Willems, Lecturer in Blended Learning, SEBE, attended a HERDSA seminar on Authentic Assessment. The three topics addressed were: Andrew Cain on portfolio assessment in I.T. Ellen Warne on collaborative assessment in the history discipline Em. Professor Geoff Scott

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‘What do you know?’ (A great seminar starter activity)

Give students something to do, not something to learn, and the doing is of such a nature to demand thinking. (John Dewey, 1859–1952) The ‘What do you know?’ activity is a very successful strategy to help students dive right into

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Deakin 2015 Teaching and Learning conference

The annual Learning and Teaching Conference took place on the Burwood Campus on 19th November 2015. The conference theme was Learning Brilliance and included papers on topics such as; active and activated learning, Work Integrate Learning and professional practice and

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2015 Learning and Teaching Conference; Learning Brilliance

Registration now open Following in the footsteps of last year’s highly successful event, the Learning and Teaching Conference is set to be another first-rate opportunity to discover Deakin’s very own brilliance; hear what your colleagues are doing on campus, off

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