Academic Developers from the Centre for Support and Advancement of Learning and Teaching (C~SALT) work with lecturers and tutors to help them make the most of their academic efforts, and create positive learning experiences for students.
An Academic Developer can support you with:
- Curriculum and teaching support — we work with Program Leaders, Course Coordinators and / or whole course teams on supporting the development of curricula.
- Learning and teaching advice — we are available to discuss aspects of your curriculum development and teaching, regarding graduate attributes, course outlines, active learning, assessment and feedback strategies, moderation and more. We would welcome the opportunity to collaborate with you on learning and teaching projects or scholarly activities.
- Peer observation of teaching — having an Academic Developer (or other member of C-SALT) observe your classroom, or course online elements, is a potentially useful way to gain feedback on your teaching. Observation leads to conversations about different perspectives on your teaching, context and plans for potential innovation or improvement. Contact us to arrange an observation.
- Help to interpret your SETAC results
Academic Developers also work closely with C~SALT's Blended Learning staff, the Faculty Assistant Deans - Learning and Teaching, and the Learning and Teaching Committee.
Whether you seek one-on-one assistance or support for your teaching team we welcome the opportunity to collaborate with you on your learning and teaching projects or scholarly activities.
Contact an Academic Developer
Academic assistance for Faculty of Arts, Business and Law
Academic assistance for Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering and Graduate Attributes
Academic assistance for Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS), Learning and Teaching Week and professional learning opportunities
Tel: +61 7 5456 5126
Visit the C~SALT Office E2.29, Sippy Downs campus.