teaching, learning & assessment
enhance student engagement and learning
Teaching and Learning Series
Choose from one of the courses below
Active Learning in Large Classes The lecture remains widely used in university contexts; however, an effective lecture is much more than just a didactic information session.
Applying for a UQ Teaching and Learning Award The University of Queensland fosters and acknowledges excellence in its learning and teaching environment by recognising and rewarding staff through three award schemes: Awards for Teaching Excellence; Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning; and Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
Coordinating Courses at UQ Coordinating a course combines a multitude of skills in teaching, leadership and research.
Designing Assessment The course will explore fundamental concepts influencing assessment practice including purposes of assessment, the ideas of constructive alignment (of learning outcomes, learning opportunities and assessment) and possible roles for students in assessment.
Developing a Teaching & Learning Grant Application This workshop is aimed at staff who are interested in applying for teaching and learning focussed grants.
Developing a Teaching Philosophy All academic staff include a teaching philosophy in their academic portfolio.
Editing Educational Video This follow-along course, delivered via Zoom, will help you bring your teaching videos to life through efficient and creative post-production in Adobe RUSH.
Evaluating Student Learning What evidence of learning can we gather of our students learning? How do we know that they have learnt something? What evidence will demonstrate what they have learned, because it might not be just content material? This session will cover the basics of evaluation of student learning and explores what strategies can be used to understand the what, when and how of learning.
Graphics & slide decks for T&L Video This course, led by an experienced visual designer, will give you the skills and tools to produce clear and helpful graphics for your slide decks.
Introduction to Curriculum Design This workshop is designed for curriculum leaders and course and program coordinators.
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Education An entrepreneurial mindset is about transforming the way we think and act to create value in the world, whether as an engaged employee, inspiring leader, research pioneer, driver of social change or creator of the next ‘big thing’
Lab and prac video making This workshop will empower course teams and tutors to make their own quality lab and/or practical videos for students who may not be able to attend face-to-face.
Making Podcasts and audio for teaching & learning This hands-on course will help you create dynamic audio content, including podcasts, for your students, colleagues, and industry and/or research partners.
Peer Observation of Teaching Peer observation of teaching is about observing learning as it happens.
Setting Up for a Successful Semester Ensure your semester is successful by setting up a few key items for effective course management.
Showcasing Teaching & Learning Innovation This showcasing event provides opportunities for academics engaged in teaching and learning innovation, grants and fellowships to disseminate resources, tools and practices.
Small Group Teaching Small group teaching spans from small group activities within a lecture/ practical/ tutorial to a course designed for group work and group assessment.
Teaching Innovation Grants Pitch Your Idea Session ITaLI hosts a series of Pitch your Idea sessions to provide Teaching Innovation Grant applicants with the opportunity to pitch their idea and receive valuable feedback and advice on their project design prior to submitting an application.
Teaching Online for Tutors Teaching Online for Tutors is an online course that compliments the Tutors@UQ program.
Teaching Plus @ UQ TeachingPlus@UQ supports academic teaching staff to develop evidence-based teaching practices, and connect with research practices in higher education allowing them to systematically evaluate and improve their teaching.