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Innovation in Education:
Learning and Teaching in SMAH

At this inaugural Learning and Teaching Forum, held on 7 December 2016, staff in Science, Medicine and Health showcased some of the learning and teaching innovations they have developed and implemented in their areas of interest and expertise. Presentations and posters explored innovations in areas including digital technologies and blended learning strategies; incorporating learning oriented assessment into subject design, and using online gamification as a learning tools.

Digital Posters

A list of presentations on the day can be found in the Program

Breaking the traditional mold: teaching the art of behind the science of remote sensing [PDF]
Associate Professor Laurie Chisholm, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Assuring health and safety learning outcomes for SMAH stakeholders by using a hybrid learning and hurdle assessment pedagogy [PDF]
Ms Roza Dimeska, School of Chemistry

Adding computing and modelling skills to the first-year curriculum in earth & environmental science: implementation and lessons learned from a pilot project [PDF]
Dr Jenny Fisher, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Can report templates aid student learning in undergraduate chemistry laboratory classes? [PDF]
Associate Professor Clare Murphy, School of Chemistry

10 tips for better video resources [PDF]
Mr Adrian Moody, SMAH Educational Technology

10 tips for better audio resources [PDF]
Mr Adrian Moody, SMAH Educational Technology

 

Last reviewed: 8 December, 2016