|What:||ILT's learning and teaching symposium: Teaching Forum 2018|
|When:||Friday 13 April 2018. 8.45am-1pm|
|Where:||OGGB5, Level 0, University of Auckland Business School, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland|
2017 saw the Business School agree new Graduate Profiles for each of our qualifications. All graduates will, during their time at the University of Auckland, have the opportunity to transform themselves as Scholars, Innovators, Leaders and Global Citizens.
As teaching staff, you will be instrumental in helping students develop their capabilities through your courses.
To that end, our first annual learning and teaching symposium will be dedicated to supporting you in the implementation of the Graduate Profile.
Our Forum will fundamentally explore two questions, “What does the new Graduate Profile mean for my course?” and “What do I do to teach to the new Profile?”
It will situate these in three broad contexts:
- the University’s learning and teaching initiatives including assessment, retention, and teacher capability
- the world of work we are preparing students to enter
- and how our majors and programmes deliver the Graduate Profile
As always, our learning and teaching symposia draws staff from across all Faculties and Divisions so the morning tea is always a great chance to catch-up over refreshments with colleagues.
We’ll see you there!
|9-9.10am||Welcome||Professor Jayne Godfrey, Dean of the University of Auckland Business School|
|9.10-9.20am||Opening||Mark Smith, the University of Auckland Business School|
|9.20-9.50am||Graduate Profile and Employability||Tim Watts, New Zealand Association of Graduate Employers|
|9.50-10.20am||Learning and Teaching initiatives at the University of Auckland||Dr Kevin Morris, the University of Auckland|
|10.20-10.50am||Mapping the curriculum||Professor Susan Geertshuis, the University of Auckland Business School|
|11.20am-12.20pm||Teaching to the Graduate Profile||Ruth Dimes, Ailsa Deverick, Dr Rhiannon Lloyd and Andrew Eberhard, the University of Auckland Business School|
|12.20-12.50pm||Assessing the Graduate Profile||Dr Raj Shekhawat, the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences|