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Colleagues within the Faculty of ABLE have developed a simulation activity which enables students to experience global wealth management as well as informing the enhancement of courses.
This month we spoke with Dr Kim Barbour, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Media, Faculty of ABLE. Kim’s excellent teaching practice was recognised in the 2023 Commendations for the Enhancement and Innovation of Student Learning, in the category of Inclusive learning and teaching approaches. Here Kim shares her insights about preparing students for jobs which don’t yet exist and how she uses Prezi Video to enable active engagement with her students.
On Thursday 15 February, staff enjoyed a presentation by Emeritus Profession Denise Chalmers AM, which focused on a myriad of ways to evidence excellence learning and teaching practice.
TEQSA has published guiding principles and propositions to support the sector in considering the risks and opportunities of generative artificial intelligence (genAI).
This month we spoke with Associate Professor Edward Palmer, Director of the Unit of Digital Education and Training in the School of Education where he is also Acting Deputy Head of School. Read about his innovative use of technology to benefit both the teacher and the student.
The Meeting Multilingual Minds facilitates language and cultural exchanges between ‘Language Learners’ enrolled in language courses and ‘native’ speakers of those languages, who volunteer as ‘Language Helpers’ by registering their interest through the web form.
As part of the World Teachers’ Day festivities, students were encouraged to give a ‘shout out’ to a teacher who has supported or inspired them to reach their potential through their studies - with this year's theme "Hat's off to teachers".
We know that feedback needs to be timely and focused on information which can improve performance. However, to make the most of feedback, students need to learn how to interpret and respond to feedback. As part of their personal and professional development, they also need to learn how to constructively and respectfully seek and provide feedback. Colleagues in the School of Psychology share how they are supporting the development of students’ feedback literacy.
A collaboration among a team of academics, learning designers, and multi-media professionals, led by Dr Mahmud Masum of the Adelaide Business School, enabled the implementation of blended learning in undergraduate and post-graduate courses.
As part of Academic Integrity Awareness week, LEI and the Academic Integrity team presented a workshop sharing sector best practice, experiences from teaching and assessing in the age of Chat GPT, and ideas for the future of assessment design. Here are some of the key takeaways.