Conference takeaways from the 2018 ACAP Conference with the theme ‘The Future of the Human Services Industry: Implications for Training and Practice’.
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SAE Vienna’s Campus Manager Christian Ruff and Provost Raffaele Marcellino showcase the new flagship campus and explore learning space design in creating effective learning environments.
SAE Paris’s Campus Manager Nicolas Verastegui showcases the new campus extension and explains how it is enhancing cross-media collaboration.
Louise Kane and Tegan McCarthy look into the isolation and discrimination faced by international LGBTQI+ students and share ideas for supporting the community.
Sharon Aris looks at how knowledge is valued and practised in industry to reveal how it can be made more explicit to students in their classroom and assessment work.
ACAP’s Academic Integrity Awareness Week aimed to raise awareness of the importance of academic integrity to students and staff.
The stress bucket is a metaphorical bucket which helps to visualise the things that stress you out and how you can then deal with them.
Margot Volem presents theories in SLA research and strategies to support multi-language learners in the classroom.
Lauren Angel takes you through the different features of an Excel spreadsheet that was created to support unit coordinators to complete their gradebooks.
Lucy Blakemore and Danielle Rock, two attendees at this year’s English Australia Conference, share a handful of takeaways from noteworthy sessions.
Dr Saad Odeh introduces contemporary approaches to curriculum integration to highlight their potential impact on students’ learning process.
Alyce Hogg introduces the principles of the hyperlink and shares strategies for using the tool across multiple disciplines.
Anselm Paul shares ideas and resources to skilfully facilitate interactive virtual classrooms.
Ben Mayne from Navitas Professional highlights the real and meaningful value in engaging our industry partners to speak with students.
No matter how experienced you are as a teacher, to regain empathy for the challenges faced by learners it’s important you become a student again, writes Gemma Clarke.