Ann Wilson

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The perfect blend: how UTS academics delivered blended learning in 2020

By Ann Wilson,

In this 'Before and After' piece, we find out how the unpredictable events of 2020 impacted on academics teaching in blended learning mode.

Moving practicals online: tales from the trenches

By Ann Wilson,

In a recent webinar, two science teachers shared their experiences of moving practical labs online.

Tooltime taster: Select the right tool with the Padagogy Wheel

By Ann Wilson,

Which tool or app should you use for what purpose? Let this wheel of fortune steer you in the right direction.

How do you make your online discussions more engaging?

By Ann Wilson,

Discussions are a great way of sharing understanding and building and constructing knowledge. We often use discussions in face to face classes, and think little of opening the floor to comments and opinions. We might do this a few times in a face to face class. But how does...

Developing the pedagogy of group work: Dr Julia Prior

By Ann Wilson,

In this short video (6 minutes) UTS award winner Julia Prior talks about her approach to teaching in the Software Development Studio. She acknowledges that the receipt of a number of learning and teaching grants enabled her to research the pedagogy of group work and to develop a community of...

How do I get my students to do the reading?

By Ann Wilson,

A few strategies that can make a difference for you and your students

Further notes on building a case for your teaching

By Ann Wilson,

The second part of a two-part series that provides tips on applying for an award.

Building a case for your teaching

By Ann Wilson,

What makes an effective application for a teaching award or a promotion? In a series of workshops here at UTS we will be exploring how to craft and present a compelling case for promotion or UTS or national teaching awards.

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