Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

DLT Professional Learning Calendar

Learning opportunities for full-time academic and sessional teaching staff are offered by a number of divisions and units across the university. The calendar can be filtered by faculty, or the search box allows you to search any words in the title or description.

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13 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
QUASAR Reflection and Planning
This workshop will introduce you to the Reflection and Planning form in the Quality Assurance and Reflection (QUASAR) system. You will see the processes of reflection and planning using the forms in QUASAR with worked examples. Additionally, you will learn the new processes for submitting the forms to the School Assessment Committee.
Everyone
14 Nov 2019 Online
10:00 am
Introduction to H5P Suite - Interactive Resource Creation
This workshop will introduce staff to the content creation platform H5P, along with the protocols associated with creating new interactive learning objects and adding them to i2 subject sites at CSU.
Everyone
14 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
QUASAR Reflection and Planning
This workshop will introduce you to the Reflection and Planning form in the Quality Assurance and Reflection (QUASAR) system. You will see the processes of reflection and planning using the forms in QUASAR with worked examples. Additionally, you will learn the new processes for submitting the forms to the School Assessment Committee.
Everyone
19 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Ensuring good learning outcomes and assessment align
What is a good learning outcome? Why would we rewrite the ones we have already? Writing assessment tasks to align with learning outcomes can identify that the learning outcomes need to be rewritten. Maybe they are not at an adequate level to meet AQF standards. Maybe they are not measurable. Maybe they don’t align with the learning activities. This session looks at a new tool to ensure that course learning outcomes, subject learning outcomes, assessment and criteria all align while looking at the quality of the learning outcomes. Explore the answers to these questions, or bring your own. This workshop is an opportunity to work through what needs to be in a good learning outcome. Who: This session is for subject coordinators, course directors and moderators
Everyone
19 Nov 2019 Online
10:00 am
Introduction to Mentimeter - live group engagement & augmenting existing content
This 45 min workshop will introduce the web-based presentation & group engagement tool ‘Mentimeter’. We will explore the diverse audience activity types, along with the ability to embed interactive activities within existing content.
Everyone
20 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Ensuring good learning outcomes and assessment align
What is a good learning outcome? Why would we rewrite the ones we have already? Writing assessment tasks to align with learning outcomes can identify that the learning outcomes need to be rewritten. Maybe they are not at an adequate level to meet AQF standards. Maybe they are not measurable. Maybe they don’t align with the learning activities. This session looks at a new tool to ensure that course learning outcomes, subject learning outcomes, assessment and criteria all align while looking at the quality of the learning outcomes. Explore the answers to these questions, or bring your own. This workshop is an opportunity to work through what needs to be in a good learning outcome. Who: This session is for subject coordinators, course directors and moderators
Everyone
25 Nov 2019 Online
12:30 pm
Bring your Class (online/on campus) Alive using Active Learning Strategies and Technology
Active learning has been proven to improve academic outcome and provide a better way of learning for the students. In this session you will be familiar with using two technologies married with two active learning strategies (Peer Instruction and Think-Pair-Share). Presented by Philip Hua, Educational Lead, Learning Spaces and Rachel Stewart-Allan, Learning Spaces Educational Officer.
Everyone
27 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Writing Assessment tasks in alignment to outcomes and marking criteria
This workshop will assist you with writing assessment tasks that align to subject learning outcomes. We will consider the subject in the context of the course and what level of thinking is required for students to complete assessment of the subject. Using this framework we will develop assessments using a template with a worked example and then follow up with review questions. There will be opportunities for Q&A during the session. The session will be useful for staff developing subjects and reviewing alignment in already existing subjects. Who: subject coordinators and course directors
Everyone
28 Nov 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Writing Assessment tasks in alignment to outcomes and marking criteria
This workshop will assist you with writing assessment tasks that align to subject learning outcomes. We will consider the subject in the context of the course and what level of thinking is required for students to complete assessment of the subject. Using this framework we will develop assessments using a template with a worked example and then follow up with review questions. There will be opportunities for Q&A during the session. The session will be useful for staff developing subjects and reviewing alignment in already existing subjects.
Everyone
03 Dec 2019 Online
12:30 pm
Bring your Class (online/on campus) Alive using Active Learning Strategies and Technology
Active learning has been proven to improve academic outcome and provide a better way of learning for the students. In this session you will be familiar with using two technologies married with two active learning strategies (Peer Instruction and Think-Pair-Share). Presented by Philip Hua, Educational Lead, Learning Spaces and Rachel Stewart-Allan, Learning Spaces Educational Officer.
Everyone

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