The Open Classroom Scheme invites colleagues to share in teaching practices through observation and discussion. The Open Classroom Scheme aims to:
- recognise the diversity of teaching styles utilised across the University.
- promote discussion on teaching and student learning outcomes.
- showcase a variety of teaching styles, practices and classroom spaces.
- provide staff with an opportunity to observe teaching in a classroom other than their own.
Further details on the Open Classroom Scheme are available here.
Meet the 2016 Open Classroom Teachers.
Semester 2 2016
|Online teaching tools|
In this one hour discussion Antonella will talk about, and show, some of the online tools (including Memrise, Thinglink, Kahoot and Trello) that are used in her teaching. Antonella teaches Italian and Applied Linguistics and loves experimenting with tools that support and encourage student engagement in an online environment. This is an open discussion, encouraging the sharing of expertise and adventures with online teaching tools.
Discussion (1 hour)