What are others posting on iTeach? After an initial push from the School of Psychology, others are now catching up. If yours hasn’t been posted yet, it’s time…
Have you submitted your iTeach post for our UnSymposium yet? If not, now’s the time…
Drawing inspiration from the HERDSA conference currently taking place, this post poses some initial pre-session questions about online community and relationships.
Congratulations to the Psychology team for kicking us off in our posts for the L&T Symposium. To the other Schools…it’s time to play catchup! What are you doing in your teaching that others might like to hear about? There are some great things happening in FoBJBS…we’ve seen them. It’s time to share…before the deadline: 15 July.
This post is focused on some recent interesting Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (SoLT) papers, and the specific benefits in joining a professional body devoted to technology-enhanced learning.
While what goes into a post is rarely easy, turning it into an iTeach post is…and here’s your ‘how to’ guide. Make sure you create your post before 15 July to be included in the Symposium.
We’re asking you to present in a different way this year…so you’ll see more presentations, when you need them, so we can all make connections to help us think about the big questions being raised by our Faculty.
Are you a user of Padlet? To ensure your students are covered for security and privacy concerns, you’ll need to move to CSU’s new, free account. And if you’re not a user…should you be?
We use lenses to self-assess and improve subjects all the time. Often it’s merely the lens of our own personal teaching / design experience, sometimes it’s internally created frameworks (e.g. OLM), and other times it’s external frameworks (accreditation, anyone?). Recognition adds another layer altogether…
A new report is out summarising trends in education. It helps us revisit the familiar from the perspectives of current challenges and connects different levels of education.