The focus of Learn Do Share 2020 was about sharing of best practices and lessons from the ‘emergency’ remote learning experienced by staff and students due to restrictions from the pandemic. Moreover, the forum provided an opportunity for participants to
The Business School’s Innovative Learning and Teaching (ILT) hosted its annual Teaching Forum last 23 April 2020. The virtual forum, conducted through Zoom meetings was attended by 121 staff across the University of Auckland. Numerous speakers shared their ideas, solutions,
This year’s Learn Do Share was attended by staff from across the University to hear more about, and share opportunities of using technology to enhance learning and teaching. Many thanks to our speakers, and of course you, the audience, who
Innovative Learning and Teaching in the Business School is excited to announce the programme for Learn do Share 2019. Varied and interesting topics will be presented in this year’s symposium from vicarious learning, to building a Canvas quiz bank of
This year’s Teaching Forum attracted staff from across the University to hear more about, and focus further on Assessment and Feedback because the University has now approved its new Assessment (Coursework, Tests and Examinations) Policy and Procedures. See below for
Assessment and Feedback Innovative Learning and Teaching in the Business School is excited to announce the programme for our next learning and teaching symposium. With the Teaching Forum’s focus on Assessment and Feedback, we have decided to go with this
By: Anton de Bruyn
This year’s Learn Do Share was a great success with record numbers of staff from a range of faculties and service divisions coming together to hear how our speakers have successfully blended technology with assessment and feedback.
By: Anton Bruyn
Innovative Learning and Teaching in the Business School is excited to announce the schedule for our next learning and teaching symposia.
By: Shireen Junpath and Anton de Bruyn
The Learning Hub is an online, easily accessible resource created by the Academic Skills Team in the Business School. The purpose of Learning Hub is to support the development of academic skills such as critical thinking, time management, numeracy, referencing and note taking. It also includes tips on working in groups and how to give an engaging an effective presentation. These key skills support the development of soft skills sought by employers and help to develop the University’s graduate profile in our graduates.
By: Odette Murdoch
The One Button Studio was launched and bookings were made available to all University of Auckland staff at the end of March this year. Uptake from the Business School has been considerable, and departments have been taking advantage of the different functions and recording layouts to meet their individual needs.