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5 Questions with…Jackie Jones, Clinical Practitioner in Law

By Jacqueline Jones,

The trickiest thing about teaching in my discipline area is...

A digital experience: why industry excursions encourage authentic learning

By Natalie Krikowa,

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.

Learning and Teaching Citation winner Dr Tuck Wah Leong on authentic learning experiences in IT

By Rhiannon Hall,

Dr Tuck Wah Leong is serious about helping his students to become industry-ready professionals. We chatted with him about student engagement, classroom tips, and more...

‘Real-world’ learning in Sports Management with Dr Nico Schulenkorf, Learning and Teaching Citation winner

By Rhiannon Hall,

Dr Nico Schulenkorf has some interesting thoughts on approaches and challenges in learning and teaching for today's classroom...

Breaking barriers: Emily Quinn Smyth and Dr Andy Leigh on Auslan, communication and science

By Rhiannon Hall,

For Emily Quinn Smyth, a eureka moment on a field trip for an undergraduate subject led her to an important research question - the lack of scientific vocabulary in Australian sign language, or Auslan.

How Creativity and Complexity combines fashion and transdisciplinary learning

By Melissa Edwards,

This post is a collaboration between Dr Melissa Edwards and Mark Liu, who designed the program for the subject Creativity and Complexity. Read on to find out why students described the subject as 'challenging, but rewarding'.

4 ingredients subjects

By Annette Dowd,

Over the years I’ve noticed a remarkable inverse relationship between the size of my family and the extravagance of the meals I prepared...

4 ways to get your students active in class

By Leslie McInnes,

Ever wanted to get students more active in class? You can ask them to get up and stretch, but what about stretching their minds at the same time?

Connecting with experts face-to-face and online in pre-service teacher education

By Jane Hunter,

Modelling engagement and innovation are critical experiences in pre-service teacher education.

Creativity and innovation in teaching: an interview with the award winning UTS Midwifery team

By Rhiannon Hall,

The UTS Midwifery team share their multi-faceted strategy for classroom success and student engagement.

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