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Themes

Presentations and posters used one or more of the MELT frameworks to address any of the conference themes:

Engaging Students and Enhancing Teaching

Curriculum and Assessment Design

Work Integrated Learning

Researcher Education

Broad MELT Implementation

Critiques of any or all of the MELT

Engaging Students and Enhancing Teaching Curriculum and Assessment Design
  • Engaging students
  • Enhancing teaching
  • Learning environments
  • Research-based learning
  • Problem/project based learning
  • Digital learning strategies
  • Formative assessment
  • Summative assessment
  • Design of topic/module/subject
  • Program-level thinking
Work Integrated Learning Researcher Education
  • Work placements
  • Clinical-based learning
  • Higher Degree by Research Supervision
  • Early career researchers
Broad MELT Implementation Critiques of any or all of the MELT
  • Program-level thinking
  • Institution-Wide Implementation 
  • Teacher Education and Schooling
  • Critiques and improvements of any of the MELT frameworks
  • Critiques of the underlying MELT philosophy

International Conference on Models of Engaged Learning & Teaching
Established 2016
School of Education

6.22, 10 Pulteney Street
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005

Contact

Dr John Willison
T: +61 8 8313 3553
john.willison@adelaide.edu.au