Mon 13 Feb 2023 - Fri 17 Feb 2023

09:30 AM - 12:00 PM

1 Session

Face-to-face

Mon 13 Feb 2023 - Fri 17 Feb 2023

01:00 PM - 03:30 PM

1 Session

Face-to-face

Exploring Learning and Teaching (ELT)

ELT comprises seven core modules:

  • Pre-Program Module – Setting the Scene
    Every learner, educator, and institution is unique, and ANU is no exception.  Find out about the primary policies, structures, and services that underpin learning and teaching at ANU, and in your specific discipline, in this asynchronous module.
     
  • Module 1 – Approaches to Learning and Teaching
    While “learning and teaching” are often used interchangeably, they have vastly different foundations and principles.  This module examines what learning within higher education looks like, and how your sense of who you are as an educator affects that learning.
     
  • Module 2 – Facilitating Learning
    Not all learning and teaching styles are equal.  This module develops your teaching to enhance learning by focusing on facilitation and learner engagement/engaging learners.
     
  • Module 3 – Feedback and Marking for Learning
    Simultaneously one of the most challenging, and most important, components of learning and teaching, meaningful feedback enhances and reiterates learning for life.  This module examines how to provide meaningful feedback, and how to assess learning fairly and consistently.
     
  • Module 4 – Planning Your Teaching Practice
    At the core of effective learning and teaching lies preparation and planning.  This module applies the elements of learning and teaching covered in the previous modules to devise powerful planning principles and processes.
     
  • Module 5 – Inclusive Teaching Practice
    The concept of “the traditional learner” is constantly changing.  Develop inclusive teaching practices in this module to create positive learning environments that celebrate and promote diversity.
     
  • Post-Program Module – Learning from Your Teaching Practice
    Learning never truly ends, especially for educators.  Through peer-observation and self-reflection, this asynchronous module provides a framework for lifelong professional development in higher education.

Tue 28 Feb 2023 - Tue 28 Mar 2023

09:30 AM - 12:00 PM

5 Sessions

Face-to-face

Exploring Learning and Teaching (ELT)

ELT comprises seven core modules:

  • Pre-Course Module – Setting the Scene
    Every learner, educator, and institution is unique, and ANU is no exception.  Find out about the primary policies, structures, and services that underpin learning and teaching at ANU, and in your specific discipline, in this asynchronous module.
     
  • Module 1 – Approaches to Learning and Teaching
    While “learning and teaching” are often used interchangeably, they have vastly different foundations and principles.  This module examines what learning within higher education looks like, and how your sense of who you are as an educator affects that learning.
     
  • Module 2 – Facilitating Learning
    Not all learning and teaching styles are equal.  This module develops your teaching to enhance learning by focusing on facilitation and learner engagement/engaging learners.
     
  • Module 3 – Feedback and Marking for Learning
    Simultaneously one of the most challenging, and most important, components of learning and teaching, meaningful feedback enhances and reiterates learning for life.  This module examines how to provide meaningful feedback, and how to assess learning fairly and consistently.
     
  • Module 4 – Planning Your Teaching Practice
    At the core of effective learning and teaching lies preparation and planning.  This module applies the elements of learning and teaching covered in the previous modules to devise powerful planning principles and processes.
     
  • Module 5 – Inclusive Teaching Practice
    The concept of “the traditional learner” is constantly changing.  Develop inclusive teaching practices in this module to create positive learning environments that celebrate and promote diversity.
     
  • Post-Course Module – Learning from Your Teaching Practice
    Learning never truly ends, especially for educators.  Through peer-observation and self-reflection, this asynchronous module provides a framework for lifelong professional development in higher education.