Professional Development

Book your Mid-Semester Feedback now!

CTL makes it easy for you to receive anonymous feedback on your teaching and course content from your students. Bookings are now being taken to get feedback between Week 4 and Week 7. This proactive approach enables you to implement any adjustments and make real improvements in your teaching during semester, resulting in higher student engagement and overall student satisfaction.
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Assessment Workshops

Category 1: Diversity of Assessment

  • Written assessments: short answers and essays for exams | April 4 & May 1
  • Case-based analysis | May 16 & 21
  • Online assessment | May 27 & 30

Category 2: Marking and Feedback

  • Rubrics and portfolios | April 10 & 29
  • Academic integrity | May 9 & 12

Dates and times for all available sessions are listed on the registration form
Register here. More Information on the University Certificate in Assessment is available.

Helping your students make the most of feedback | 16 April

1-2pm, L259

Come along to this short session to learn about three simple lesson activities that can improve your students’ use of the feedback that you have given them. This session is particularly useful for teachers of students in their first year of university, but anyone who is interested is welcome to attend, and you can take away adaptable lesson plans to use in your classes.
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Teaching strategies to improve your SFC's | 29 April

10-11.30am, LC108

Many teachers would like to improve aspects of their Student Feedback on Course (SFC) survey results. In this session, we will help you reflect on thefactors that contribute to your students’ responses, and identify practical teaching strategies to increase positive student feedback.
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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Forum | 28 May

28 May - 2pm-3.30pm, L259

What is Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)? Are SoTL publications valued in your School? What are the benefits? What are the challenges? At this forum, new and experienced SoTL researchers are invited to unpack these questions, discuss different approaches for generating SoTL publications, hear what others are doing and learn more about SoTL.
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