Teaching Excellence at Navitas (TEN) is a strategic and innovative approach to the delivery and management of professional development at Navitas. Explore the frameworks, tools, programs underpinning this initiative.
This framework guides our teaching and academic support staff in the delivery of high-quality student learning experiences. Explore the principles and applications of the TEN Capability Framework.
Mapped to the TEN Capability Framework, a unique and personalised training needs-analysis tool was created to provide guidance with PD for Navitas teaching and academic support staff.
Find out more about the TEN PD program and the suite of 35 online professional development modules on teaching approaches, strategies and effective use of learning technologies being offered to Navitas staff.
Find out more about how Navitas is recognising and quantifying the acquisition of new skills through micro badges and co-designing macro-badges with each college.
The Navitas HEA Fellowship program is a ‘wrap around’ support program to assist you with the process of writing your application, creating a network of peer support and feedback, along with providing expert feedback mechanisms.
ACAP’s Academic Integrity Awareness Week aims to raise awareness of the importance of academic integrity to students and staff.
This lecture focuses on cultural differences that can lead to miscommunications and other challenges in the context of American Higher Education.
Principal Fellowship (PFHEA) Lucy Blakemore (Head of Customer Research and Insights (DCX), Navitas) Silvija Dobson (Academic Director, SAIBT) Senior Fellowship (SFHEA) Gemma Clarke (Academic Coordinator, Language, Learning & Teaching, Curtin College) Ellen Cooper (Manger Enhanced Delivery, ACAP) Karen McRae (Manager, Academic Education, L&T) Bernadette Hayes (Instructional Designer and Online Educator, SAE) Mingming Dao (Senior Program […]
Explore some teaching strategies that can help provide a safe and supportive classroom environment.
Students want both native and non-native English-speaking teachers, but Victoria Phillips’s research finds that hiring practices may not always reflect this.
Ges Ng and Rebecca Rosemoore present early findings from a pilot project which aimed to provide students with active learning opportunities using H5P.
Richard Ingold from Navitas English shares various teaching tools required for successful academic writing, including Power Words and Power Grammar.
Bronwyn Mortimer and Gemma Clarke share how they achieved a complete redefinition of traditional group oral presentations using the S.A.M.R model.
Teaching statistics can be a complex mission. Explore how SIBT improved delivery and performance using innovative teaching and learning techniques.