Re-assembling our teaching to facilitate quality education across CSU
The theme integrates and explores two key concepts:
Examples of elements to be reassembled and scaled up are:
The Think Pieces 2018 Project provides an opportunity for an ongoing, open dialogue about how some of the CSU community are thinking about these challenges and opportunities.
These think pieces can be tracked down in Yammer (www.yammer.com) by searching for the word "pieces2018". Looking forward to your comments in Yammer on these think pieces.
Assoc Prof Philip Uys, Director, Learning Technologies, Division of Learning and Teaching.
|Sep 14||Miriam Dayhew||Procedural Fairness, administrative decision making and conflict of interest|
|Oct 12||The Cross-Institutional Wiki Working Party||Building learning and teaching capacity through a cross faculty wiki|
|Oct 19||Barney Dalgarno||What are the conditions necessary to ensure quality learning at scale in a context where students are selective about the learning opportunities they take up (even as we try to reassemble the pieces and/or keep the bundle firmly tied together)?|
|Oct 26||Val Peachey and David Cameron||Building new and open pathways to attract our learners|
|Nov 2||James Brann and CSU's first Online SRC President, Damien Hughes||Expanding the student voice in the development of quality online learning experiences|
|Narelle Patton, Matthew Winslade and Liz Bracken||Harmonising academic and workplace learning curricula to create powerful, authentic and responsive learning spaces|
|Leah Irving||Exploring the affordances of augmented reality technologies for gameful learning|
|Nov 16||Geraldine Rurenga, Joy Reid, Wendy Harris and Michelle Wilkinson||The role of Educational Designers in new and emergent learning spaces|
|At Interactive Webinar||Andy Vann||VC’s response to this year's Think Pieces series|