Learning spaces in universities are changing often reflecting the adoption of constructivist approaches to learning. This project aimed to produce a coherent model for a full evaluation cycle of learning spaces, from conceptualisation and design, to implementation, post-occupancy, and reintegration of findings in subsequent development cycles. Challenges faced by institutions in learning spaces design and other findings are described at the project website.
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A cross-disciplinary approach to language support for first year students in the science disciplines
"Caught between a rock and several hard places": Cultivating the roles of the Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) and the Course Coordinator
'Seeing' networks: visualising and evaluating student learning networks
A comprehensive learning space evaluation model
A guide to supervision in social work field education
This guide, based on the masters level online program, is designed for those wanting to learn about the theory and practice of supervising social work students during their field education placement. Four topics cover the nature of social work field education, standards and roles, educational foundations, and phases of student supervision. Questions, exercises and reading reflection segments support the text and other online documents.
A handbook for executive leadership of learning and teaching in higher education
This handbook is welcome in reminding higher education leaders of their importance in facilitating students' learning and in filling a gap in the literature in describing how leaders may discharge their important role in inspiring excellent teaching and learning.
from the Foreword by Professor Margaret Gardner AO
Vice-Chancellor and President, RMIT University
Chair, Strategic Advisory Committee, Office for Learning and Teaching
A national curriculum for entomology: capacity-building through collaborative, web-based delivery
A national discipline-specific professional development program for lecturers and tutors in the mathematical sciences
A national soil science curriculum in response to the needs of students, academic staff, industry, and the wider community
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