Just announced, the 2019 UTS Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations winners. The awards recognise the importance of learning and teaching for both undergraduate and postgraduate students within the framework of the UTS model of global practice-oriented education. A big congratulations to all successful recipients, listed below. If you’re on Twitter, please...
At this first UTS TeachMeet, Jane Hunter and Simon Harper from Killara High School will bring together a dynamic group of academics, practicing teachers and preservice teachers to share how they have been using game-based learning, AI and data with young people in schools and universities.
At UTS we pride ourselves in setting a high standard for inclusivity so that students are provided with the best access to education as possible. In this post, I will go through how you can use the in-built features of Canvas to easily make your subject content more accessible...
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Dr. James Wakefield from the UTS Business School is engaging students in Accounting tutorials by using tablets as learning aids.
Marking places many demands on your time and energy and requires some forward planning and preparation. It begins with setting fixed dates for submitting and returning assignments. This includes allocating fixed times in your diary for marking and not allowing other things to impinge in that time. Here are some...
Assessment design is often challenging because it must be customised to a suitable level of difficulty for students while still assessing the learning objectives for a subject that relate to real-world application.
Think of a discipline area where creative writing and storytelling might lend themselves to a learning activity. I’m guessing contract law wasn’t the first thing to spring into your head? Tim Miles is trying to change all that, one geranium at a time.