Did you ever think of getting students to develop some course content? Here are some of my experiences over the last four years…
So you tell everyone you love teaching…but how do you show it? Coming up with new, innovative ways to convey important information to your students is paramount – so what are you waiting for? Get innovating now!
More on some handy tools being used for the subject Arguments, Evidence and Intuition…
Ever wanted to get students more active in class? You can ask them to get up and stretch, but what about stretching their minds at the same time?
Modelling engagement and innovation are critical experiences in pre-service teacher education.
Heard about MOOCs but don’t know if you should care? Read on! This is the first part in a series on MOOCs.
Are you a FEIT staff member looking for resources to develop your students’ communication skills – writing, speaking, reading, listening? Don’t have time to trawl the internet and separate the tried and true from the irrelevant and downright odd? Read on…
In a nutshell: educational buzzwords, no sweat. This time: Student engagement.
If my academic career was a song, it would be…
Intrigued by WordPress? You won’t want to miss Techo Tuesday at lunchtime on 21 March in the learning.futures Academic Hub, hosted by our very own Wordpress Oracle Ollie Coady.
Are you one of those presenters who prefers walking around your class to standing stock still and gripping the lectern? More than 150 UTS learning spaces now have AirMedia wireless presenting technology that could help set you free!
Last year (2016) while I was still the learning technologist for the business faculty, I sat down with Dr Anthony Fee to help him get his subject ready for the autumn session.
For Autumn 2017, Preparation week is now known as Week 1. Here’s a quick rundown of how it works.
Are you wondering how HELPS (Higher Education Language and Presentation Support) can support your students?
Whether they’re starting first year, second year, final year or postgrad, students are starting new subjects. Good week 1 activities can help students to make the transition into your subject and class. And it’s not (quite) too late to do something.
Liz Davis and Heather Miller offer up some useful tips to improve the classroom experience for both learners and teachers…
As Australia’s #1 young university we share a common timeline with most of modern recorded music. So what does each UTS building sound like to you?