Learning and Teaching Services are piloting four new professional development modules designed to support teaching staff in the delivery of high-quality student learning experiences. These offerings are flexible, consisting of 3 hours of learning that can be completed over a two-week period.
Designing Active Learning explores strategies you can use to incorporate active learning into your classroom while ensuring that pedagogy is driving the activity design process. In completing this module, you will develop a learning activity that employs best active learning principles.
*Please note: These modules are available to Navitas staff only.
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Other modules on offer
Teaching in the Navitas Context
This module explores learning and teaching in the Navitas context. The activities in this module will encourage you to think about your own teaching style and analyse how it aligns within the Navitas teaching values and context. In completing this module, you will have the opportunity to critically reflect on your teaching practices and understand the similarities and differences across the Navitas learning and teaching community.
Designing Lesson Plans
This module explores the benefits of lesson planning and looks at the common features of good lesson plans. If you are already experienced in creating lesson plans, this module provides opportunities to further develop your skills. In completing this module, you will have the opportunity to reflect on your current lesson planning practice and identify areas to improve.
Providing Effective Feedback
This module explores ideas and strategies around what makes good feedback, and how you might improve the feedback you provide to your students. In completing this module, you will conduct an analysis of a piece of feedback then identify ways in which you might improve the effectiveness of that feedback.
For more information about our range of professional development offerings or questions about these modules please contact Learning and Teaching Services