This thing called WCAG 2.0 AA, what exactly is that?
Futures | The UTS Learning & Teaching Blog
A key challenge I face in the classroom is how to communicate to students that what they are learning has real world industry applications. Sometimes showing them can be far more beneficial than telling them.
Often maligned by students, group work has been perceived as a lazy approach to teaching, a cheap alternative to individual instruction. This is far from the truth.
What is “scaffolding” and how can you use it to support the development of your students’ communication skills?
People talk about providing scaffolding for assignments but what does it look like and how does it support the development of communication skills?
Embedding an Indigenous Graduate Attribute in the design of every UTS course is a significant undertaking in itself, as well as part of the wide-scale learning.futures transformation. Professor Susan Page from the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) reflects on the unique way UTS is approaching this re-alignment of the curriculum – and how we’ll make it happen.