The UTS learning.futures initiative focuses on how students learn, and then what teachers should do to support that. learning.futures is characterised by practices that combine the best of online and face-to-face teaching, and make use of the new spaces on campus designed to accommodate approaches such as flipped and collaborative learning.
Here’s an outline of the differences between previous approaches and the learning.futures approach (or download the learning.futures overview as a PDF)
For more information
See What is the evidence base for learning.futures? by UTS Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education & Students Professor Shirley Alexander.