2007 UTS Teaching and Learning Forum
The UTS Teaching and Learning Forum is an opportunity for UTS staff to share ideas and innovations on the theme of Curriculum Innovation in a Practice Oriented University.
Date: 14-15 November, 2007
Time: 1.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Location: University Hall, CB04.02.23
- Prof. Shirley Alexander, University of Technology, Sydney. Learning and Teaching Performance Fund Project Reports.
- Dr. Elizabeth McDonald, Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
- Kathleen O’Brien, Alverno College
- Sally Kift, Queensland University of Technology
- David Boud, University of Technology, Sydney
- Richard James, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne
As well as the workshops and keynote presentations, the Forum will offer staff a variety of parallel sessions in which presenters will examine aspects of teaching and learning at UTS. The forum theme focuses on curriculum innovations and learning and teaching practices that enable students to learn for future professional careers in changing workplace environments. Papers and posters will address a variety of aspects of the theme, including innovative curriculum design, practice-oriented learning and teaching, improving students' learning for or from practice, developing or assessing students' graduate attributes, inclusive or internationalised curriculum, curriculum initiatives that support community engagement.
Powering Up: Enabling Students to Do What They Know
Kathleen O’Brien, Alverno College
Wednesday 14 November 9.30am-12.30pm