Lots of compelling ideas about systemising good practice to support sessional staff in the opening presentation at Macquarie University on 10 April. Marina is a 2014 OLT National Teaching Fellow and the BLASST extension project leader. Marina Harvey’s PowerPoint Julia Savage [vc_single_image image=”1896″ img_size=”full”
Reflective writing is often difficult for students. For this reason, in collaboration with the Deakin Arts/Ed Education Services team and the Arts/Ed Pod, we developed an interactive reflective writing resource. And the best news is, it is ready to share.
We have a great resource on CloudDeakin Teaching and Learning Approaches. It is designed to support Deakin teaching staff to review and change their curriculum and make their teaching even better. Full of practical advice, theories, examples and activities for you
Why Team Work? Team work is Deakin Graduate Learning Outcome #7. We know that it is important, but it also poses many challenges for teachers and students. What challenges have you faced when assessing teamwork? Leave a comment. This short
Lecturer in Blended Learning in the SEBE faculty at Deakin uses our Teaching and Learning Approaches resource. Evaluation of the Teaching and Learning Approaches site [vc_single_image image=”1896″ img_size=”full” img_link_large=”” img_link_new_tab=”” img_link=”http://teachassist.deakin.edu.au/dteach”]
Supporting sessional staff – Big issue, small steps Recently I attended the BLASST (Benchmarking Leadership and Advancement of Standards for Sessional Teaching) conference at Macquarie University. This OLT project is concerned with recognising and rewarding good practice support for sessional staff. BLASST also provides