Professional Development Workshops Oct -Dec 2017
04.10.2017, 3.00pm to 5.00pm
Teaching Technologies Drop In
Having trouble with using technology in your teaching? Do you have specific questions about a technology you are currently using? Drop in with your device and we can customise our responses for your situation.
Please bring your own device and your own problem.
Note this is not a general technology discussion. This session is for specific problems.
12.10.2017 from 1.30pm to 2.30pm
D.I.Y. Video Production
This workshop will take you through the process of producing a range of video productions using your own handheld equipment of computers. We will discuss different styles of video production and how to adapt styles for different audiences.
19.10.2017 from 13:00 to 14:30
Designing and Assessing Teamwork
Teamwork projects can provide some positive learning experiences for students and prepare them for participation in the workplace . They do, however, require close, well-structured planning.This workshop will demonstrate an effective structuring for successful group projects including approaches to group assessment.
21.11.2017 from 14:00 to 15:30 (1.5 Hours)
Location: 080.07.007 Tut 
Writing Course Learning outcomes and Curriculum alignment.
Learning outcomes are the focus of all curriculum. They outline what you want your students to learn and provide the guidelines for all assessment and teaching and learning activity. It is important that learning outcomes are appropriate for the learning level required and that they scaffold learning within programs.
28.11.2017 from 02.30pm to 4.00pm
Location: 080.09.009 Tut
Designing and Aligning Authentic Assessment
The process of ensuring assessment tasks are aligned and authentic requires an assessment of both the authenticity of the task and the proximity of the task to the workplace. This workshop will provide a framework to assist with the process and showcase some best practice in authentic assessment.
4.12.2017 from 2.00pm to 03.30pm
Location: 080.07.002 Tut
Rubrics are an essential tool for both teaching and learning. A well-constructed rubric provides descriptions of levels of performance quality on the criteria of an assessment item. It provides a guideline for marking for staff and assists students to understand the differing levels of knowledge and skill required in assessment items. The aim of this session is to provide you with the skills and knowledge to effectively write clear assessment criteria and develop aligned assessment rubrics. Bring samples of your assessment outlines and any existing rubrics you may have. There will be an opportunity to revisit them and edit as required. A practical drop-in session will be provided the following week for attendees to come and ask for assistance in constructing their rubrics.