This series of Teaching in Practice Seminars are discussion panels presented throughout the year showcasing exemplars of evidence-based practice in engaging students in large classes. These 60-minute sessions consist of two academic staff, from a range of disciplines across the University, presenting their strategies and ideas on increasing student engagement in their learning. Attendees will also have an opportunity for questions regarding these strategies.
The series is open to all teaching staff at the University of Melbourne.
Three morning sessions per semester.
Participants will be emailed the webinar link 24 hours before the session.
Registrations are essential and can be made via each individual session page.
Myron Yovannidis, Program Officer
Professor Sophie Arkoudis, Program Coordinator
Webinars and Resources
- Designing and assessing group projects online
In this webinar, two academic staff from two faculties will discuss how they have designed and assessed group projects for online delivery and what they have learned from this.
- Effective online feedback
In this webinar, two academic staff from two faculties will discuss strategies they have successfully used to provide feedback in an online environment.
- Engaging students through online teaching
In this webinar, two academic staff from two faculties will discuss strategies they have successfully used to engage their students through online learning.