Pedagogical practices for developing student evaluative skills
The benefit to students is in the engaging nature of the tasks that allow students to bring their own experience to the context of the subject material for effective learning and development of lifelong learning skills.
There is a growing body of work examining the features of ‘Dialogic Feedback’ (Ajjawi & Boud, 2018).
This is a great two page cheat sheet, covering test and survey availability and insertion into content area. Deploy Tests and Surveys
PebblePad is a web based program available to all staff and students at Charles Sturt University to support the creation of a personal learning space (PLS) and eportfolios. A personal learning space assists in the process of collecting, selecting, reflecting, interpreting, synthesising, evidencing, and presenting skills, by way of scaffolding the process of creating meaningful […]
Julie takes a deeper look at essential strategies for online meetings and how to foster interaction with & between students. Recording: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1Rec PDF file: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1PDF Blog post: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1Blog
Led by Phillip this session shared 3 easy steps on how to engage and get students do what you want them to do using video presentations – an important part of Teacher Presence and learning communities. Recording: http://tinyurl.com/BBvideo1Rec PDF file: http://tinyurl.com/BBvideo1PDF
The ability to use audio files effectively opens many possibilities for communication and interaction in a subject. Ged and Julie share how to use audio in teaching and learning, tools to use and strategies for best practice. Recording: http://tinyurl.com/BBaudio1Rec PDF file: http://tinyurl.com/BBaudio1PDF
Do your WPL partners and student supervisors want to learn more about effectively engaging with CSU in workplace learning (WPL)? If so, this is the module for them and you! Get Engaged is an online resource focused on helping workplace educators make the most of their effort in student supervision through building really good engagement strategies. […]
Workplace educators (WPEs) face a number of difficulties in communicating and engaging with students during placement. As a sessional staff member involved in workplace learning (WPL) you role is integral in enabling WPEs to overcome these difficulties. Watch the following film and read the teacher guide to learn more about professionalism on placement, the roles […]