Stories from the classroom – Learning Anywhere, Anytime (Maurice Sheridan)

Learning Anywhere, Anytime – Using Technology to Model Complex Processes Course: Accounting in Organisations and Society, offered in the Associate Degree in Business, Diploma of Commerce and Diploma of Accounting Maurice Sheridan utilises the technology of document cameras in the class room to create recordings of exercises demonstrated in cl...

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Stories from the classroom – Prices & Markets (Dr. Swee Hoon Chuah)

Background RMIT’s University’s College of Business offers innovative academic programs that align with the Ready for Life and Work 2020 strategy.  Regular reviews of programs and quality initiatives, along with ensuring 21st century skills and the application of digital pedagogies, ensures the College of Business is providing programs and courses t...

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Global WIL

Work integrated learning (WIL) need not only be local. The Vocational Business Education School undertook a GLbD project where the WIL involved students from Australia, Ireland and the USA. The project provided students with valuable experience, particularly in using global communication systems; watch their story.  

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Multidisciplinary group assessment using slow mation

Sometimes it is difficult motivating a cross-disciplinary group; assessment can be one of way of engaging these groups by using their multidisciplinary skills in work groups to solve an industry based problem. Dr Roula Kyriacou inspires her students by having them make a slowmation video as the medium for demonstrating their answers to the set [&he...

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Cindy’s story – A Flipped Classroom

Flipping the class is a style of learning design, where the traditional lecture material is supplied to the students online prior to class, leaving class time for a more active learning environment with students able to grapple with the new knowledge through activities and guidance from the teacher. With a timetabling problem to solve, Cindy [&hell...

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