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.
This comment comes from an academic who attended the Teaching for learning.futures program - a program designed to guide you to make your classes more engaging for your students, and to ‘blend’ your subject making better use of UTSOnline tools and technologies.
Dr Yvonne Davila and Neela Griffiths chat to us about their learning.futures award, memorable learning and teaching moments, and more...
The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning (IML) has created a number of resources to show the benefits and uses of the learning.futures strategy. Browse the guides for a wealth of information on how you can improve your learning and teaching practice.
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'.
Loopy is a new tool for demonstrating how complex systems behave.
There are just a few spaces left in the brand new UTS Teaching for learning.futures program. Not convinced it's for you? Listen to what the program's convenor has to say.