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Belonging at UTS: partnering with students to build a sense of belonging

By Alycia Bailey,

Find out how belonging was built into a student services portal prototype created by the winning group of students at last year's Student Forum.

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Belonging at UTS: the value of a welcome message

By Vicky-Kerry Offord,

Help your students find their way with a simple welcome message.

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Belonging at UTS: supporting students with the Embedding English Language framework

By Rosalie Goldsmith,

Academic language and learning support doesn't always reach those who need it most. The EEL framework responds to this issue with a university-wide approach.

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Belonging at UTS: cultivating a compassionate university

By Alisa Percy,

What have we learned from the previous year that can help us actively grow UTS into a compassionate university?

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Building connection and belonging in the tutorial classroom

By Katherine Newton,

How do you create a sense of belonging for students? Katherine Newton offers tips for building connection into remote and on-campus classes.

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Fostering connection and building a culture of care: reflections on the FFYE Forum

By Alisa Percy,

Alisa Percy recaps the recent FFYE Forum, which was themed around fostering connection and care for remote learning, teaching and working.

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Teaming up online

By LX Team,

An approach to teaching online that emphasises and encourages peer networking.

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Build a sense of belonging and help students feel at home in your subject

By Rhiannon Hall,

There are many moving parts to student engagement, but an important one to remember is developing a sense of belonging for your students. Here are four resources to get started.

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How to help students feel like they belong at UTS

By Janette McLean,

Small things make a big difference to building student engagement and belonging. Read on to find out what research has revealed about helping students to feel welcome in the first classes of the session.

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My students don’t talk!

By Georgina Barratt-See,

What do you do to get students engaging and interacting in your classroom? Get the discussion flowing with these tips.

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