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Digital Learning Team Workshops

Workshops for all staff that are designed to promote good learning and teaching practices and support the adoption of new technologies.

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Professional Development

The Faculty Digital Learning Team aim to deliver a professional learning program to Curtin staff, designed to promote good learning and teaching practices and support the adoption of new technologies within the Faculty. The program is open to all staff engaged in the delivery of courses and units including Unit Coordinators, Lecturers, Tutors and Teaching Support.

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14th SEP
SEMINAR: Blended learning
– what is good practice?

Have you wondered exactly what is meant by ‘blended learning’? Or do you kind of have an idea, but not sure how tobest go about it yourself? Or maybe you are interested in fresh ideas orhave great ideas to share!

2 hour Session

Facilitated by Shannon Johnston, 
this workshop runs for 2 hours.

Time : 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location : 211.22/3
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19th SEP
WORKSHOP: Blended learning:
Working out ways to convert and /or create a great blended learning practice

Working out ways to convert and /or create a great blended learning practice

2 hour session:

This workshop follows the seminar "Addressing the balance between online and in-class activity". It’s one thing to know what is blended learning, flipped classroom, and the need for balance and effective use of both online and classroom learning activity; it’s another to know how you might put it in practice. Bring an outline of in-class and online learning activities for one of your units. Following the workshop, participants will be invited to join individual/small group coaching sessions to create and implement a realistic plan for implementing change.

Facilitated by Dr Shannon Johnston,
this workshop runs for 2 hours. 

Time : 10:30am - 12:30pm
Location : 211.226
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20th SEP
Turnitin - Interpreting TII Score
When is a score an automatic academic integrity issue?

When is a score an automatic academic integrity issue?

1 hour session:

It’s not as simple as a certain score equalling evidence of academic misconduct. Come along to this session to learn how to interpret the score, unpacking what the score might means in terms of academic misconduct and equipping yourself with a greater understanding around how to use Originality Reports.

Facilitated by Jennifer Howell,
this workshop runs for 1 hour. 

Time : 10:00am - 11:00am
Location : 502C.102
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28th SEP
COLLOQUIUM: Meeting educational needs with technology?
Boo to you, online teaching.

Boo to you, online teaching.

1 hour session:

The Faculty of Humanities is pleased to present the Transforming Teaching workshop series focused on the notion of equitable quality of learning experience between online and internal units.

We invite you to the COLLOQUIUM session within the Online and Internal Experience series of professional development activity. Our colloquia are collaborative dialogues by participants about a wicked problem.

Facilitated by Dr Shannon Johnston, 
this workshop runs for 1 hour.

Time : 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location : 502C.102
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