Making learning visible

This post is part one of two, on approaches used in the subject Arguments, Evidence, and Intuition to provide opportunities for practice and formative feedback to students in the run up to a larger written assignment.

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Official UTS templates available now for all staff

Make life that lil’ bit easier with UTS templates for powerpoint presentations, conference posters, letterheads, reports, infographics and more!

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Brace yourselves: Collaboration week is coming!

It’s just under 1 week until it’s Collaboration week at the LX.lab.

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10 questions about presenting at the Teaching & Learning Forum

On a rather cold Thursday afternoon, Adam Morgan and Katrina Waite, the organisers behind the UTS Teaching & Learning Forum, took time from their busy schedules to have a little chat about the event that is happening in about four weeks here at UTS. The forum is... read more

Making space for mindfulness: tips on getting started

Last week we spoke with Lecturer Bernard Saliba about how’s he been using mindfulness in his subjects to help students focus better in class. This week, Bernard runs us through a few tips for how to get started in giving your students some time in class to be mindful, decrease stress and think more clearly.

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Present your work at the 2018 UTS Teaching & Learning Forum!

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to take part and share your work with the wider UTS community at 2018 UTS Teaching & Learning Forum.

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