The IML learning.futures series
How do we focus our learning strategies to maximise active learning? Discover strategies, examples and additional resources with this guide.
Quality assessment design is essential for learning and teaching. With this guide, learn what makes assessment authentic with successful examples and details on designing authentic assessment tasks.
From subject design to learning spaces, collaborative learning is a key feature of the UTS learning.futures strategy. Find out how you can design your subject to be more collaborative with this guide.
Flipped classes tend to involve pre-work for students, so that face-to-face classes can be optimised for active learning and collaboration. If you have concerns about motivating your students to complete the pre-work, take a look at this guide for a variety of strategies to make sure your students stay on top of their workload.
Feedback support students in their learning, helping them to improve their approach and identify misunderstandings. Learn how to give feedback effectively with this guide.
This guide defines blended and flipped learning and provides more information on how you can prepare material for your classes.
Subject alignment refers to “a meaningful and coherent connection between the subject learning objectives, learning activities and assessments and the intended course outcomes and graduate attributes”, which should feature in the thinking behind subject design. Find out more with this guide.