Faculty of Arts

Faculty Teaching and Learning Celebration

Date: Friday, 2 November
Venue: Level 2, Michie Building 9
Time: 3:00pm–4:30pm

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Faculty of Business, Economics & Law

Innovations in Teaching and Learning in the TC Beirne School of Law

The first innovation to be showcased is Dr Ann Black's practice of getting her students to write and publish 'magazine' style articles as assessment in her course LAWS5167 Asian Legal Systems: Contributing to the in-house Asian Law Bulletin represents a learning tool through which students can learn from each other and prepares students for another dimension to a career in law.

The second is Prof Andreas Schloenhardt's enormously popular Migrant Smuggling and Human Trafficking Working Groups: These groups involve an innovative teaching practice that actively engages students, enhances their learning experience, and integrates this experience with the university’s research activity. The Groups involve inter-disciplinary teaching involving academic staff from law and international relations which also connects closely to other undergraduate courses currently on offer in both disciplines.

Finally, there is the ever popular Pro Bono Centre: Each year, the UQ Pro Bono Centre affords around 175 law students opportunities to (a) develop their legal and transferable practical skills, (b) develop ethical standards and a sense of social and civic responsibility, and (c) provide valuable assistance to disadvantaged members of the Queensland community.
 

Date: Wednesday, 31 October
Venue: Sir Lew Edwards Building 14, Room 116
Time: 1:30pm–3:30pm

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Faculty of Engineering, Architecture & Information Technology / Faculty of Science

Joint EAIT-Science T&L showcase

Date: Wednesday, 31 October
Venue: Hawken Building 50–ELCX
Time: 9:00am–12:00mid

9.00 - 9.10 Opening: Welcome and EAIT awards - Prof Caroline Crosthwaite and Executive Dean of EAIT, Prof Graham Schaffer
9.10 – 9.25 Case Study: ENGG1200 course (using the inverted class room model) - A/Prof Carl Reidsema
9.25 – 9.40 An inquiry-based physics lab for biologists - Dr Margaret Wegener and Dr Tim McIntyre
9.40 – 9.55 An update on progress in civil and mechanical engineering with the threshold learning concepts project - A/Prof Tom Baldock and David Knight
9.55 – 10.15 Dr Gwen Lawrie and A/Prof Lisbeth Grondahl
                       1)Case studies in CHEM1090 and SaMnet: using Youtube/Vimeo to host student generated video blogs 
                       2)using wikilab notebooks to support collaborative construction of shared understanding
10:15 – 10:25 Science Awards - Prof Peter Adams
10:25 – 12:00 an 'Active learning’ showcase - eLearning not eBoring – demonstration of ideas for interesting course design using e-learning tools and simple activities you can incorporate into your teaching to enhance online learning - Marnie Holt and Jonathon Dawson, and academics from both the Faculty of Science and EAIT

Please join us for morning tea which will be available during the demo session Faculty educational designers

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Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty showcase

Date: Wednesday, 31 October
Venue: ACTS, Sir Llew Edwards Building 14–132
Time: 9:30am–2:00pm

First session: Simulated Learning in Health Sciences
Second session: Using corporate eLearning systems in engaging and innovative ways and Flipped Classroom panel session.

The Faculty of Health Sciences T&L workshop covers two themes. In the first session Professors Gwen Jull (Health & Rehab Sciences) and Fiona Bogossian (Nursing & Midwifery) present their research into the effectiveness of replacing a student’s clinical placement with practice in a simulated learning environment. This is followed by a presentation on the new Health Sciences Simulated Learning Centre at Ipswich. In the second session a group of academic staff give short presentations on the innovative and engaging ways they use UQ eLearning technologies in their teaching practice followed by a panel discussion on current developments on the ‘flipped’ classroom model for teaching large classes.

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Faculty of Social & Behavioural Sciences

Faculty Teaching & Learning Awards

Date: Wednesday, 31 October
Venue: Social Sciences Building 24–S402
Time: 9:00am–11:00am

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