Re-engaging students through the online environment
The University of Newcastle 2007-2008 Teaching and Learning Fellowship presentation day, Tuesday 24 June, 12.30pm - 4.30pm, The Treehouse, Shortland Building, Callaghan campus.
The seven Teaching and Learning Fellows for 2007-2008 will present their work so far on projects that address significant student learning needs. They combine the practical with teaching and learning scholarship.
The projects cover a wide range of disciplines and approaches, but the theme of all of the projects is the improvement of student engagement through innovative uses of the online environment.
- Regina Barretta, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Online support material of Computer Science honours degree using Blackboard
- Marj Kibby, School of Humanities and Social Science - Problem-based learning in a Course Management System
- Kathryn Holmes, School of Education - Increasing pre-service teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge
- Tracy Levett-Jones, School of Nursing and Midwifery - Exploring the information and communication technology confidence and competence levels of nursing students
- Scott Eacott, School of Education - Bring the discussion back: rethinking discussion boards in online teaching
- Jane Bellemore, School of Humanities and Social Science - Syllabus for Beginner's Latin Oral Component
- James Juniper, School of Economics, Politics and Tourism - An online environment for teaching student-centred macroeconomics
The afternoon includes lunch in the Lambert Room followed by the presentations with the opportunity to discuss the projects with the Fellows. All are welcome.
Registrations and enquiries to the Centre for Teaching and Learning on 4921 7263