We have our first submission from the School of Management and Marketing! Read about the “Defence against binge-writing” by Associate Professor Branka Krivokapic-Skoko.
The School of Computing and Mathematics are also gearing up to share their practice. So what are you waiting for? Share your learning and teaching practice with us today!
What are the benefits to you?
Here’s what previous presenters had to say…
Michelle presented on work with Sam Parker, utilising simulated video touchpoints to promote authentic assessment .
Read about how Reza, along with Jim Morgan, explored the successes and challenges of workplace learing in Engineering.
The roadtrip (metaphorically)
To get started on the road to the Unsymposium, and to get the most out of this experience:
- Learn about Unsymposium 2020
- Visit previous posts from last year’s speakers (you may even want to chat with them)
- Take time to reflect on where you are, right now, in your learning and teaching practice. What do you want to share? What do you want to find out?
- Speak to an Unsymposium Coordinator about your idea for a post. Contact details can be found at the bottom of this article.
Once the blog posts are curated and connections established we will contact you and place you into naturally occurring groups of 4-5 speakers. These groups will then meet to prepare for the Unsymposium sessions in September.
Who to contact:
If you have any questions or you simply want to discuss your ideas for a possible blog post, please reach out to the Unsymposium Coordinators: Bec Acheson (firstname.lastname@example.org) , Donna Mitchell (email@example.com) , Charles Vandepeer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kath Herbert (email@example.com) .
By 30 June 2020: Develop a short, well written post on an engaging topic related to your teaching practice, reflecting on the SOTL. Submit it on iTeach. Remember, people will read your iTeach post before and after the Unsymposium, so we encourage you to add the important details or links to resources you use to make your strategy happen.
Early August: You’ll receive an invitation to meet with your group facilitator and fellow speakers to discuss the ‘big questions’ and how your presentation might help provoke discussion. You’ll be able to ask questions about how the live session will run, and what we’re trying to achieve.
One week before the symposium: Prepare one slide with a 5 minute (max) summary of the main ideas in your post, you’ll need to draw out the big ideas clearly and concisely. This slide needs to be provided to the Unsymposium Coordinators one week before the Symposium.