This seminar series showcases evidence-based best practice in the areas of teaching, learning, and assessment in higher education.
This seminar series showcases evidence-based best practice in the areas of teaching, learning, and assessment in higher education. Topics will range from general teaching methods that enhance critical thinking and transfer of learning, example curricula designed to improve student engagement, disciplinary specific activities for enhancing concept formation and change, and ways of measuring the impact of current and emerging teaching practices in higher education.
The series provides opportunities for lecturers and researchers of the University, and from other Australian and international universities, to present exemplars of evidence-based best practice. The aim is to stimulate discussion and reflection around empirically derived methods of improving teaching and learning in higher education. Members of the University and public are welcome to attend.
The seminar will typically involve a 40-50 minute presentation with plenty of time for questions and discussion afterwards.
Expression of Interest
If you are interested in giving a seminar, please contact Dr Rachel Searston at email@example.com with your proposal.
Registrations are normally required for each seminar. Enquiries regarding registrations should be directed to Melbourne CSHE at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone number +61 3 8344 4605
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