Teaching Matters

Program

Wednesday 7 December, 10:00am-16:00pm

Academy Gallery, Academy for the Arts, Inveresk

Themes

  • Students as partners and building an inclusive culture
  • Locally and globally engaged learning and teaching
  • Supervision as pedagogy
  • Breadth units and inter-disciplinarity
  • Work integrated learning
  • Blended learning

Program

6:30 Bus departs from Hobart

9:30–10:00      Registration & Coffee

10:00–10:15    Welcome and introduction (Main Theatre)

  • Welcome to the conference
  • Welcome to country

10.15–11.00    Keynote presentation: Professor Sally Kift, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at James Cook University (JCU) and the elected President of the Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows (ALTF) (Main Theatre)

11:00–11:30    Professor Janelle Allison, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Regional Development) (Associate Degrees) (Main Theatre)

11:30–12:30    Three Parallel Spotlights on Practice 4 presentations – 15 minutes each and up to two workshops (Breakout rooms)

12:30–13:30 Lunch

  • Poster Presentations during lunch (3 mins each) from 13:00 onwards

13:30–14:30    World Café: Conference themes and Communities of Practice (Academy Gallery) 

14:30–15:30    Three Parallel Spotlights on Practice 4 presentations – 15 minutes each and up to two workshops (Breakout rooms)

15:30–15:45  Student presentation – student experience (TBC) (Main Theatre)

15:45–16:00     Professor David Sadler, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Students and Education (Summary) (Main Theatre)

16:00–16:15  Poster collection & clean up

16:30 Bus departs for Hobart

Maps

Figure 1. Map of Inveresk Campus with the Tasmanian College of the Arts marked.

Map of Inveresk.

Figure 2. Map of Launceston showing the Leisure Inn, Penny Royal, where staff are tentatively booked to stay.

Map of Launceston