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First Year Experience Forum recap: September 2018

By Amanda White,

Check out these fantastic tools and activities to support learning in large classes.

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Increase student engagement with Microsoft Teams

By Emma Jenkins,

Get your students talking with the new Microsoft platform that's already being used by hundreds of UTS staff members.

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How the UTS Sport and Exercise Science team is hitting it for six

By Anna Stack,

A look at what has been happening in the new headquarters of the UTS Sport and Exercise Science team at the Moore Park Precinct.

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Tackling complexity through co-design and ‘making’ the future of genetics education

By Alison McEwen,

How do you start to design a new curriculum for a profession that is rapidly changing and how does the changing nature of the way we work impact on curriculum development?

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Associate Professor Ilaria Vanni Accarigi is the first Academic in Residence at the LX.lab

By Rhiannon Hall,

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.

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Learning to be transdisciplinary researchers

By Chris Riedy,

How can we best teach emerging researchers how to do transdisciplinary research?

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Authentic Learning Experiences

By Jurgen Schulte,

A UTS School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences subject joins forces with UTS ePRESS, UTS Library, UTS IML and UTS Printing Services to produce an exciting authentic assessment task of immediate and long-lasting value.

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Summer is coming to a lecture theatre near you

By Elaine Huber,

UTS is increasing the number of subjects that are available for student enrolment over the summer session. Most subjects will be delivered in the standard, blended format over the 12 week session but some subjects will be delivered in a block mode...

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Group work enhances the student experience

By Andrew Francois,

Often maligned by students, group work has been perceived as a lazy approach to teaching, a cheap alternative to individual instruction. This is far from the truth.

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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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