L&T Workshops

The recent Research and Education Showcase demonstrated the Faculty of Arts’ several innovative approaches to learning and teaching. Inspired by this successful event, Arts L&T has put together a series of hands-on practical pedagogical workshops which aim at both early career and established academics who may be interested in embedding some of the ideas presented in their own units or courses. 

Friday 20th August - Team Based Learning 

Team Based Learning (TBL) is a collaborative learning method that centres around the application of knowledge to real-world problems. Through an organised structure that encompasses both individual and group work, it equips the student with the necessary skills to prepare them for their future career.  This workshop will introduce participants to the TBL methodology and showcase its use in ARTS1000 and GEOP3000. Participants will be given a live demonstration of TBL and how it can be incorporated into their tutorials.   

The workshop will be facilitated by Panos Vlachopoulos, Andrew McGregor.  

Please use this link to sign up for the workshops. 

Note there is a limit of 20 participants for these on-campus workshops (if the Covid restrictions continue, we will be offering these workshops via Zoom).  

 

Past Events

Promoting Reflective Practice in the Curriculum & E-Portfolio 

Promoting Reflective practice in the Curriculum is a hands-on workshop that aims to develop the participants’ theoretical understanding and practical knowledge of how to embed reflection in activities and assessments in units or courses. The workshop will cover: 

  1. A review of reflective theoretical frameworks using activity examples, tasks and assessments.  
  2. Hands on development of at least one reflective activity that can work in your own teaching, tutorial, or seminar and associated assessment rubric. 
  3. A showcase of how Portfolium (our MQ e-portfolio tool) can be utilised to promote reflective practice. 

The workshop will be facilitated by Panos Vlachopoulos, Arda Tezcan and Gai Ramesh.  

Recording of this workshop can be accessed here (MQ SSO login required)

Designing effective online asynchronous discussion forums 

At the heart of good online learning pedagogy is effective discussion forums. This workshop will delve into designing effective online discussion forums with proven practical strategies, showcase exemplar units, e.g., ARTS1000 and PHIL1037, and provide a live demonstration of a real forum exercise. In addition, designing a constructive rubric for providing feedback on the online discussion will also be discussed.   

The workshop will be facilitated by Panos Vlachopoulos, Albert Atkin.  

Recording of this workshop can be accessed here (MQ SSO login required)