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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29 May 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.
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
29 May 2019 Bathurst
12:00 pm
Interaction and engagement with students made easy with H5P for on campus or online teaching
This drop in session will show you how H5P can be used to engage students easily, by creating interactive resources, to use in learning spaces on campus or online. H5P is an interactive tool that can be used to help make teaching more engaging improving students learning outcomes. Interactive videos, quizzes and presentations are just some of the options within H5P. Drop in to Bathurst, Building 1412, Room 325 (inside the learning commons building) on Wednesday 29 May, anytime between 12noon to 1.30pm and Rachel Stewart-Allan, Learning Spaces Educational Officer will be on hand to show you how H5P can be used with learning strategies.
Everyone
30 May 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.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
05 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Writing criteria and standards
This workshop, led by Deb Murdoch, will be helpful for those writing criteria and standards for their assessment tasks. We will look at learning outcomes, the student actions based on the outcomes and writing criteria in alignment. Standards that differentiate the levels of achievement for each criteria will be discussed and principles for developing a rubric will be employed to create the marking scheme for an assessment task.
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
06 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Writing criteria and standards
This workshop, led by Deb Murdoch, will be helpful for those writing criteria and standards for their assessment tasks. We will look at learning outcomes, the student actions based on the outcomes and writing criteria in alignment. Standards that differentiate the levels of achievement for each criteria will be discussed and principles for developing a rubric will be employed to create the marking scheme for an assessment task.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
12 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Subject Outline Quality Assurance
If you are a subject convenor or coordinator, a moderator or doing quality assurance, this workshop will support you in your work. FAE and FOS staff will be the main focus in this workshop. Abstract: We will show you what you need to look out for when writing and checking subject outlines before publication for the 201930 session. We will look at the editable portions of the Subject Outline Tool, with the main focus on assessment quality. This session demonstrates the use of the new QA Declarations.
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
13 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Subject Outline Quality Assurance
If you are a subject convenor or coordinator, a moderator or doing quality assurance, this workshop will support you in your work. FBJBS staff will be the main focus in this workshop. Abstract: We will show you what you need to look out for when writing and checking subject outlines before publication for the 201930 session. We will look at the editable portions of the Subject Outline Tool, with the main focus on assessment quality. This session demonstrates the use of the new QA Declarations.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
19 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Forty-Five Minute Zone The Power of Now
The Power of Now The now moment is the opportunity to look back and look forward: reflecting on what can be learned from current subject delivery, in preparation for next session subject offerings. Today’s session will focus on using learning data to gain insights into student learning and engagement that can guide actions to enhance the learning experience in your subject.
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science
20 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Forty-Five Minute Zone The Power of Now
The Power of Now The now moment is the opportunity to look back and look forward: reflecting on what can be learned from current subject delivery, in preparation for next session subject offerings. Today’s session will focus on using learning data to gain insights into student learning and engagement that can guide actions to enhance the learning experience in your subject.
Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
26 Jun 2019 Online
1:00 pm
Forty-Five Minute Zone Up to Speed with Grade Centre
Up to Speed with Grade Centre An introductory session for the uncertain Today’s professional learning session is an opportunity for you to learn how the check your Grade Centre setup in preparation for the coming session. Yes … there are lots of guides and resources for Grade Centre available: http://www.csu.edu.au/division/learning-and-teaching/interact2_help/faculty-and-csu-staff/grade-centre We realise, though, there are times when teaching staff would prefer to listen and ask questions rather than just read – so here are 45 minutes for that opportunity!
Faculty of Arts & Education; Faculty of Science

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