This is the only link your students will need to access Academic Skills support services and resources.
The effort involved in providing useful feedback to students is often wasted because they don’t read, understand, or address the feedback. Feedback literacy is an academic skill that, like any other, needs to be developed. Read on to find out how.
Your Academic Skills Coordinator can assist with support strategies that can develop students’ writing and referencing skills, reducing the temptation to breach academic integrity principles.
More help to help you teach online, L&T Symposium update and the CRM is now live.
If you’ve noticed writing, referencing, and learning issues common to students in your subject, here are some easy-to-implement strategies to address the problems in future iterations of the subject.
A few of our projects focused on enhancing the quality of learning experience for our students are just about to step things up. And for those of you flying the flag and teaching in 201990, there is help available so please ask.
The BJBS minimum expectations on subject delivery are now live, there are even more improvements to the subject outline tool and for the first time prospective CSU students will be able to see an assessment summary for each subject before they enrol.
Here are some ways your ALLaN Faculty Liaison can help you prepare an accurate, informative, and transparent Subject Outline which supports the development of students’ learning, literacy, and numeracy skills.
It’s Session 3 and maybe you have a bit more time than you usually do. Consider using some of it to make sure your Subject Outline and assessments provide optimal support for your students.
Ask any university student what causes them the most concern, and referencing comes pretty close to the top of their list. Here are a few strategies that you can use to increase their confidence and competence quite rapidly.