As part of the Teaching Excellence at Navitas (TEN) professional development program, a suite of online modules on teaching approaches and strategies is being offered to Navitas academic staff globally to support them in the delivery of high-quality student learning experiences. These modules are mapped to the seven domains in the TEN Capability Framework and the Higher Education Standards Framework. Upon successful completion of a module, participants will be awarded a Navitas digital badge.
Explore the full TEN Catalogue below or browse modules by domain here. Enrol by clicking on 'Available now', followed by 'Find out more', then 'Enrol' - this takes you to the L&T Moodle platform.
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Effective utilisation of data means educators can efficiently and effectively offer advice and guidance to students. In this module, you will explore the various built-in reports that track student progress and behaviour, learning analytic tools, and course and task design strategies.
What are learning analytics and how can they be used to monitor and support student learning and engagement? In this module, you will be introduced to the skills and processes required to gather, interpret, and act upon student data.
What factors impact the retention and success of Navitas students? In this module, you will be introduced to retention in the Navitas context. You will explore retention and student success and why it is a critical element of Navitas’ strategic goal of delivering world class quality through excellent student outcomes.
Develop experience and a working understanding of successful online teaching pedagogies that can be applied to your own teaching contexts. Designed for those who are new to teaching online or for experienced teaching staff wanting to improve the effectiveness of their existing practice.
Understand learning and teaching at Navitas and think about your own teaching style and analyse how it aligns with the Navitas values and contexts. Explore the similarities and differences across the Navitas learning and teaching community.
Review an assessment process cycle and note challenges of engaging students in this process. Explore strategies for involving students to develop their assessment literacy, while promoting a stronger sense of engagement and ownership in their own learning.
Reflect on your digital competencies with the aim of implementing small changes in the classroom setting. Build the capability of reflecting on teaching practice and the use of digital technologies to support technology enhanced learning.