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On this website you will find information, resources, and contact details for some of the areas for which TILT and Curriculum and Quality take responsibility. Use the menu to the left, or the sections below to browse through this site and some of the other sites managed by TILT.
Riawunna Lecture Series: Learning to Understand
"How do Aborigines define themselves in a world dominated by non-Aboriginal cultures and philosophies? Is there a difference and if so, what is this difference? Why are cultural awareness programs for white people inadequate in trying to educate them to understand?"
Jim Everett-puralia meenamatta poses these questions and more in his presentation Learning to Understand as part of the Riawunna Lecture Series.
Wednesday 26th September, 2018
Sandy Bay & Live-Streamed to Cradle Coast and Newnham
More information about the event is provided in the event flyer.
Learning and Teaching
We work with staff individually and in teams to ensure the quality design and delivery of our units and courses. We offer both formal and informal support for quality enhancements and assurance, including the Bachelor of Education with Professional Honours (Higher Education).
We provide self-paced resources designed to support you with your teaching practice, new unit and course design, application for awards, grants and fellowships, and more. These resources are available from our websites and MyLO sites.
Awards, Grants and Fellowships
We provide dedicated support for the development of applications for institutional and national Awards, Grants and Fellowships.
Higher Education Academy Fellowships
We now offer accredited pathways to being recognised as an Associate Fellow, Fellow, Senior Fellow or Principle Fellow of the HEA. This international recognition of your teaching and learning practice is aligned with the TPEs, and is being increasingly taken up across Australian Institutions.
We offer workshops addressing a wide range of information and skills related to the provision of quality learning and teaching in Higher Education. These workshops are presented by leaders in the field from around Australia, in addition to our dedicated staff here at UTAS.
Every year the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching hosts an internal conference that offers UTAS staff the opportunity to showcase their teaching practice.