Thursday, July 2, 2009

12 noon to 4.30 pm

International Room (Room 5.34) Education Building

The Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law has a proud record in relation to teaching excellence. SET scores are consistently among the highest in the university and a number of faculty staff who have been successful in winning university and national teaching awards.

A teaching forum was held on Thursday July 2 to showcase good teaching practices across the faculty, highlighting in particular the work of recent teaching award winners. The forum included the following workshops which relate theory to practice on themes relevant to the university’s strategic priorities.

Workshop 1:     Including graduate qualities in topics
Workshop 2:     Learning by Design
Workshop 3:     Internationalising the Curriculum and Intercultural inclusion on Campus.
Workshop 4:     Work Integrated / Related Learning