Take a look at the stories, ideas, projects and events contributed in 2017 with the learning and teaching community.
From the L&T Community
A website where our inspiring people at Navitas share their Learning & Teaching initiatives, projects, stories, events and more.
From across Navitas businesses, some insights into current thinking on social learning, behavioural analytics and better assessment.
After 17 years in classrooms & 4 years online, Claire Pemberton shares how she became the ‘natural’ online teacher she is today.
Navitas was recognised by the peak Australian regulatory body focussed on quality in higher education for a holistic curriculum transformation model.
How can we provide students with the opportunity to engage actively and flexibly in their own time? H5P offers some great, interactive ideas.
What did you do the last time you had a tricky problem to solve, or needed fresh inspiration to move an idea along? Lucy Blakemore discusses the sharing gap.
Students want both native and non-native English-speaking teachers, but Victoria Phillips’s research finds that hiring practices may not always reflect this.
Renata Porzig-Drummond shares promising results after making short videos to help guide students through a challenging assessment.
The Navitas teacher community passed a new milestone of participation in professional development. Find out what those hours really mean…
Two SAE teachers share their strategies to make space in their online teaching for humour, play, creativity and active learning.
Nick Davini shared his research and reflections on the experiences of Chinese students enrolled in the Navitas program at UNH.
Get the inside scoop on the 30th annual English Australia Conference from Sophie O’Keefe and Lucy Blakemore.
Beloved by English language teachers in Sydney, the meetELT evening events have started up in Melbourne. Check out photos and videos from the night!
A conference dedicated to the platform in which we spend so much time learning and teaching: MoodleMoot! Andrea Scheuringer shares her key takeaways.
What does it take to build a leadership program that works for international students? Karen Zhou shares the design and impact of a program at UMass Boston.