This month I celebrate my first anniversary working at UTS’ Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation. Transdisciplinary Innovation, that’s two buzzwords in a row.
What does active learning actually look and feel like for students in the classroom?
We have been educators for years. But have we ever thought about why we are having exams in our classes? What’s in it for the students? Are exams really necessary? We need to rethink the purpose of exams and to re-evaluate our approach as educators.
One way of helping students to develop literacy skills...from last year's Teaching and Learning Forum.
If you missed this presentation at the UTS Teaching and Learning Forum, catch up here!
Associate Professor Ilaria Vanni Accarigi is joining forces with the LX.lab for an exciting collaboration. Read on to find out about Ilaria's project in the upcoming AiR (Academic in Residence) program.
In 2017, Elizabeth Humphrys received a FASS Teaching and Learning and Award for her work in the subject Economy, Society and Globalism. Learn about the classroom simulation she used to help students understand complex theoretical concepts.
One question we ask ourselves before the start of each teaching session is, “how do we get our students to do the weekly readings and tutorial preparation activities?” I too, have been asking myself this question for years, and I think there might be a solution.
Have you been meaning to make your teaching more engaging for students but just can’t seem to get around to doing it?