|The Melbourne Sessional Teachers' Handbook|
Chi Baik (2016)
This handbook has been prepared specifically for University of Melbourne teachers who are employed on a sessional, short term or casual basis. It provides a broad framework that can be used by sessional teachers to plan their teaching and to reflect on the role they play in supporting and influencing student learning. As well, it offers practical advice and strategies for the classroom.
|The Melbourne Way|
Defining features of our pedagogy at the University of Melbourne
|Tutoring in interdisciplinary subjects |
Meredith Nash (2011)
In this guide, you will find a range of tools and strategies to help you to become a more effective tutor in an interdisciplinary classroom. Beginning with some of the basic requirements for initiating an interdisciplinary process in your tutorials as well as techniques for troubleshooting common concerns and challenges, it is my hope that you will see this guide as a 'tool kit'; essential information that you can consult on the go' and that will help you to feel more confident and prepared when it comes to 'doing' interdisciplinary teaching.
|Finding Common Ground: Enhancing interaction between domestic and international students|
Sophie Arkoudis, Xin Yu, Chi Baik, Helen Borland, Shanton Chang, Ian Lang, Josephine Lang, Amanda Pearce and Kim Watty (2010)
This research project investigated local and international student interaction within teaching and learning contexts.
|Understanding and Promoting Student Engagement in University Learning Communities|
Kerri-Lee Krause (2005).
This paper uses national student experience data to challenge some of the thinking about student engagement, including how 'engagement' is defined and fostered. Strategies are identified for understanding, monitoring and promoting community engagement within and beyond the classroom.
Academic Board’s Teaching and Learning Quality Assurance Committee