Have you seen your students struggle with their reading load? Do you suspect they are not learning as much as they could from lectures and videos? Do you wish they understood the importance of making notes and reading critically? Perhaps these short videos might help them to develop essential skills: Critical reading […]
Are there hidden challenges in your assessments? What can you do to improve assessments for students from diverse backgrounds? This presentation is recorded in 2 parts. Part 1 of the presentation will assist you in addressing the assessment challenges for students from diverse background and in Part 2, I have discussed some of the basic […]
New research by NCSEHE Equity Fellow Cathy Stone has informed comprehensive new guidelines for improving student outcomes in post-secondary online learning with a focus on undergraduate retention and course completion. Entitled “Opportunity through Online Learning: Improving student access, participation and success in higher education” this final report, including the key findings and guidelines, has been […]
Are you familiar with everything that the Library can offer to your students? Come along to see how you can embed useful resources into your Interact site and hear how we can support the information literacy needs of your students. Presented by Carole Gerts from the Division of Library Services. Watch the webinar here.
These subject and discipline specific guides will assist your students to find and use journals, databases, websites, standards and other library resources relevant to their study. Embed the links to individual guides in your Interact site.
Reflecting on My Teaching – https://youtu.be/kQmzdHV7vKY Teaching develops wisdom. Experienced and respected CSU teachers share the wisdom they have gained over their years of teaching. They discuss their deep insights about respecting students, teaching difficult topics and finding their way through difficult situations. […]
CSU’s Study Link Program is designed to assist new and continuing students with quality preparation for university studies. Whether your students haven’t studied for a while, and need some extra help to get them to the stating point, or they are currently enrolled students who require a little help to fill some knowledge gaps, the […]
These videos have been created by CSU to help new teachers find their feet and give their students a high quality learning experience. Topics include assessment and feedback, engaging students, innovation in teaching and much more. Sessional Academic Staff Videos 0. Key Topics 2016 Trailer – https://youtu.be/4FLtwR21ioc 1. Teaching @ CSU – Welcome! – https://youtu.be/Hl-KSh3k6bY Welcome to CSU! […]
This resource has been developed as part of a national research project, Effective teaching and support of students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: Resources for Australian higher education <www.lowses.edu.au>. This guide provides practical advice about the teaching characteristics and strategies that contribute to the success of students from low socioeconomic status (LSES) and about the ways […]
First year curriculum plays a critical role in student participation, success, engagement and retention. First year curriculum principles were the focus of an ALTC fellowship in 2009 and a well researched and accepted model exists in the work of Kift (2009) who lists the principles as: transition, diversity, design, engagement, assessment and evaluation and monitoring. […]