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Preparing Genetic Counsellors for work with authentic online experiences

By Alison McEwen,

Find out how placements, simulation workshops and networking in the Master of Genetic Counselling transitioned to authentic online experiences.

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Professor Tracy Levett-Jones on belonging and WIL in nursing

By Rhiannon Hall,

Professor Tracy Levett-Jones takes us through how work-integrated learning happens in nursing, ahead of her presentation at the FFYE Forum.

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External partnerships: foundations for quality WIL practices

By Franziska Trede,

What makes our external partnerships distinctive, and how can we improve? Explore some external perspectives from the recent WIL Symposium.

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Work integrated learning – the final Hot Topic for 2021

By Franziska Trede,

How do we prepare our students for learning in professional settings, and prepare our external partners to mentor our students?

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Real world experience: 3 interns hone their learning design skills with PGLD

By John Vulic,

UTS interns work with the PGLD team to develop interactives, branching scenarios and an analytics dataset.

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Bend and flex: the pivot to Telepractice in Sport and Exercise Science

By Sharon Coutts,

When face-to-face SES placements were hit by COVID-19 restrictions, we flexed some creative muscle to move to an online Telepractice Clinic model.

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Introducing TACT – and our hot topics program for 2021!

By Franziska Trede,

Join us for events, discussions and deep dives into four hot teaching and curriculum topics for 2021!

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Balancing learning outcomes in partner projects: lessons from Innovation Labs

Work-integrated learning needs to balance the needs of both students and industry partners. Add remote work and learning environments, and the challenge is on!

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Are the travel restrictions putting the brakes on students’ international learning?

By Susan Oguro,

International programs are refusing to stay grounded in the remote teaching environment.

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