Learning and Teaching week celebrates our quality learning and teaching practice, and fosters professional learning, inspiration and exploration through provocative presentations and discussion. One of the best ways to get ideas and inspiration is to learn from others. Learning and Teaching week gives staff the opportunity to share good practice and see how others are making learning happen and bringing their ideas into fruition.
2019 Learning and Teaching Showcase Series
Learning and Teaching Showcase Series — 29 May, 27 August, Thursday 14 November 2019
The final Learning and Teaching Showcase for 2019 will be on 14 November, followed by the Celebration of Learning and Teaching 2019 with HEA Fellowships awards.
12.30-4pm Learning and Teaching Showcase Presentations – LT7, Bldg C
1-6pm FYE Poster display, Bldg C ground foyer area
4-6pm Celebration of Learning and Teaching: HEA Fellowship presentations Building C ground foyer area
Full program details for Learning and Teaching Showcase are available on MyUSC (staff login required).
We hosted a range of short presentations, as well as guest Dr Ella Kahu, Massey University NZ, for the second Learning and Teaching Showcase Series on 27 August.
2018 Learning and Teaching Showcase Series
In 2018, rather than an intensive Learning and Teaching Week, C-SALT initiated the 2018 Learning and Teaching Showcase Series. This provides several opportunities to disseminate grants, projects and teaching innovations, and has been discussed and approved by University Learning and Teaching Committee.
2017 Learning and Teaching Week
Theme: Partnerships in learning and teaching
The week included these highlight sessions:
- Masterclass workshop with Professor Geoff Crisp (UNSW). Topic: Peer review processes
- Highlight workshop with Dr Rowena Harper and Ms Sonia Saddiqui (UniSA). Topic: Academic Integrity
- Partnerships Reception
Highlights from 2016 Learning and Teaching Week
Theme: Teaching Visions 2020: What’s next?
Guest keynote speaker
Professor Emerita Maryellen Weimer, from Penn State University, Berks, USA. Known as The Teaching Professor, Maryellen is known for The Teaching Professor blog and her books, including Learner-Centred Teaching: Five key changes to practice.