To help you plan, prepare, invigorate or try something new in your classes in 2019, the following learning and teaching workshops will be held at Waite campus. The workshops are FREE and available to anyone who will be teaching (undergraduate or postgraduate courses) in 2019 or has an interest in education.
Morning tea will be provided. Register your attendance at the Eventbrite links provided.
Developing assessment tasks and providing effective feedback: Thursday December 13, 9.30am-12.30pm, Ground floor Charles Hawker room 22
Following on from the “Teaching 21st Century Students” workshop run by IT@W in April 2018, this workshop will focus on developing appropriate assessment tasks that align with course learning outcomes. Examples of authentic formative and summative assessment strategies including self and peer assessment will be provided. The challenges for academics in providing effective feedback to students plus insights into new and innovative ways to implement feedback will also be covered.
Register your attendance through Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.com/e/learning-teaching-summer-series-assessment-feedback-tickets-52452214987
Canvas – Setting up your course to increase student engagement: Wednesday February 13, 9.30am – 12.30pm, Charles Hawker computer suite 1
This hands-on workshop will demonstrate best practice on how to set up a course in Canvas for effective navigation of learning resources and communication with students. The minimum use of MyUni guidelines will be used to show how to create an assignment, set up Grades, link due dates to the student calendar, create a quiz/survey, the quick links table, modules and how to use Learning Analytics. Learning Designers will also be available during the workshop to offer help with Canvas. Bring along any questions you have about Canvas!
Register your attendance through Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.com/e/learning-teaching-summer-series-setting-up-your-course-in-canvas-tickets-52452