Assessment and Feedback

How to Get the Most out of the Moodle Learning Management System

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Did you know that the Moodle Learning Management System¬†(LMS)¬†was designed specifically for student interaction and collaborative learning?¬† Moodle was developed by Martin¬†Dougiamas¬†of Perth, WA, and released in 2002 as an¬†open source¬†program.¬† It is now used all over the world as one of the most common platforms for delivering online and […]

Diversity and Inclusion

Cross-Culturally Responsive Teaching

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Have you ever wondered how much culture affects your students’ learning? Or, do you believe that teaching should be culture-free? If you have students from more than one cultural background in your face-to-face or online classroom, then this is a must Coffee Course for you. In this¬†Coffee¬†Course¬†and subsequent¬†face-to-face workshop,¬†we will […]

Engagement

The Science of Learning

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What do we know about how students learn? How does this inform the ways in which we educate students in the 21st Century? The science of learning is the scientific study of how people learn. What we currently understand about the science of learning comes from bringing together research from […]

News and Updates

Coffee Courses in 2020‚ÄĮ

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  Coffee Courses paused 2020 has been an extraordinarily challenging year to date. With COVID-19, international travel restrictions and physical distancing measures impacting our University, the priorities in our team have shifted towards designing courses for remote delivery and facilitating training sessions to support our educators. As a result, we […]

News and Updates

Learning Analytics Explained

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The increasing use of technology for teaching and learning has led to a significant amount of data being collected on how learning occurs in today‚Äôs world. To capitalize on this rich data, Learning Analytics (LA) has emerged in recent years as an important field that enables the measurement, collection, analysis […]