The shift to online and now dual delivery teaching poses significant challenges for effective teamwork and collaboration amongst students. In this video, hear from Dr Lisa Godinho from BioSciences and Catherine Smith from Education about the practices and strategies they have used to build, foster and maintain effective teamwork and collaboration between students regardless of their study mode.
This Zoom webinar is part of the Teaching and Learning Seminars series.
Dr Lisa Godinho
Senior Lecturer, Biosciences
Lisa is a Teaching Specialist and Senior Lecturer in the School of BioSciences. She is a coordinator of the Bachelor of Science (Extended) degree and leads BRITE (BioSciences Research and Innovation in Teaching Effectiveness). She has broad teaching experience, including many years teaching large first year cohorts. Over the past few years Lisa has been working to develop more inclusive science curricula, particularly with regards to Indigenous knowledges.
Lecturer (Wellbeing Policy and Pathways), Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Catherine Smith is a lecturer at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne on the lands of the Wurundjeri peoples. Her research focuses on care ethics and social justice in the nexus of evidence-informed policy and practice and concentrates particularly on equity and wellbeing in the use of digital and robotic technologies. In her 30 years as an educator, Catherine has developed and delivered school and tertiary level courses, as well as executive and professional education in policy reform in Canada, Guinea-Bissau, the UK, Australia and Indonesia. She is committed to universal design, choice and equitable access in education in physical and digital spaces.