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Teaching Matters 2018 | Program | 21 NovemberNov 2018

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Session time Room Presentation
09.30-10.00 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Registration and coffee

10.00-10.15 Lecture Theatre 5

Welcome and opening

Professor Noel Frankham, Aunty Nola

10.15-11.00 Lecture Theatre 5

Keynote presentation

Professor Rufus Black, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Tasmania

11.00-11.05

Move to parallel session 1

11.05-11.20 Flexible Learning Space 1

Designing the future of social work in Tasmania through collective effort and shared responsibility

Sonya Stanford

11.05-11.20 Flexible Learning Space 2

The Virtual Lymph Node: using the 'Birthday Paradox' to explain lymphocyte cooperation in adaptive immunity

Bruce Lyons

11.05-11.20 Lecture Theatre 5

Teaching practical and field-based science using virtual resources, the perspective from Earth sciences

Michael Roach

11.05-11.20 Tamar Room

A casual vacancy: designing teaching employment practices for excellence

Jo-Anne Kelder

11.20-11.25

Move to parallel session 2

11.25-11.40 Flexible Learning Space 1

Disrupting disciplines: Empowering students and teachers to drive STEAM teacher professional learning design

Abbey MacDonald, Neil Holmstrom

11.25-11.40 Flexible Learning Space 2

From a flopped to a flipped classroom

Fred Gale

11.25-11.40 Lecture Theatre 5

Treating the patient from start to finish: Case-based interprofessional learning for paramedicine, medicine and pharmacy students

Bonnie Bereznicki

11.25-11.40 Tamar Room

Researching medical students' learning outcomes and engagement with bespoke online dissection audio-visual resources

Derek Choi-Lundberg

11.40-11.45

Move to parallel session 3

11.45-12.00 Flexible Learning Space 1

Evaluation of an interprofessional, student co-facilitated community chronic pain management program

Heather Bridgman

11.45-12.00 Flexible Learning Space 2

Whole of community facilitation in nursing: Engaging students and teachers

Carey Mather, Helen Zournazis

11.45-12.00 Lecture Theatre 5

Giving and receiving feedback for learning - guidelines to improve feedback literacy

Brooke Sheldon

11.45-12.05 Tamar Room

Making meaningful connections: A disruptive approach

Cherie Hawkins, Christine Angel

11.45-12.05 Tamar Room

Making meaningful connections: The role of the practice and portfolio coaches

Robert Lewis

11.45-12.05 Tamar Room

Making meaningful connections: A digital bookcase informed by student need

Melissa Finnen

11.45-12.05 Tamar Room

Making meaningful connections: Using PebblePad to develop portfolios of practice

Andrea Carr

12.00-12.30 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Lunch

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Poster presentations

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

The Course and Unit Builder Design: What's coming

Tony Carew, Beale Gurney

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Advanced design research as rhizomatic learning

Cher Chin, Joel Matthew

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Inspiring excellent learning and teaching practices: A snapshot from the HERDSA 2018 conference

Tracy Douglas

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Biofabrication with SCOBY: material innovation and independent learning in a summer research unit

Sonja Hindrum

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

A partnership in pedagogy

Peter Doe, Seeta Jaikaran-Doe

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Enhancing the design and delivery of breadth units

Gemma Lewis

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Using peer collaborative engagement to bring a decolonising lens to teaching practice

Kim McLeod

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Advanced design research and the teaching-research nexus

Jacqueline Power

12.30-12.55 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Mental health and medical students: An impact evaluation study

Kathryn Ogden

12.55-13.00

Move to parallel Session 4

13.00-13.15 Flexible Learning Space 1

The High Impact Learning Experience Toolbox

Clayton Hawkins, Netty Gibson

13.00-13.15 Flexible Learning Space 2

From community to quasi-community

Reza Emad

13.00-13.15 Lecture Theatre 5

Virtual field trips: Experience a field trip in the online world

Karin Orth, Samantha Lake

13.00-13.15 Tamar Room

Beyond the technical skills - a case for internationalisation of graduate attributes in PhD programs

Rajaraman Eri

13.15-13.20

Move to parallel session 5

13.20-13.35 Flexible Learning Space 1

An inclusive toolkit for UTAS staff: enhancing the teaching learning experience for students with disability

Nicole Crawford

13.20-13.35 Flexible Learning Space 2

What HAPpened? Flipping human anatomy and physiology in first year

Jamie Chapman

13.20-13.35 Lecture Theatre 5

Achieving excellence in online discussions: Improving facilitation to engage active student learning in online discussion boards

Tracy Douglas

13.20-13.35 Tamar Room

Learning for an unknown future: Developing graduate attributes using critical realism

Christine Adams

13.35-13.40

Move to parallel session 6

13.40-13.55 Flexible Learning Space 1

Going beyond the receptor site: A pharmacotherapeutics teaching approach for future prescribers

Sarah Herd, Andrew Hodson

13.40-13.55 Flexible Learning Space 2

A curriculum design with outcomes reaching beyond the classroom

Phoebe Griffin, Pieter Van Dam

13.40-13.55 Lecture Theatre 5

Showcasing the ORB website

Clair Andersen

13.40-13.55 Tamar Room

Genuine patient engagement in medical education motivates learning

Kathryn Ogden

13.55-14.00

Move to parallel session 7

14.00-14.15 Flexible Learning Space 1

Work-integrated Learning in the Bachelor of Health Physical Education program

Vaughan Cruickshank, Casey Mainsbridge

14.00-14.15 Flexible Learning Space 2

Designing low-fidelity simulation: A cognitive load theory approach

Richard Say

14.00-14.15 Lecture Theatre 5

The CALE 'Student View' project: What do online students say helps or hinders their engagement?

Elizabeth Freeman, Tracey Muir

14.00-14.15 Tamar Room

'The ability to make mistakes' - the SIPS sandpit for social responsibility, ethical conduct and sustainability

Millie Rooney

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Afternoon tea & poster presentations

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

The Course and Unit Builder Design: What's coming

Tony Carew, Beale Gurney

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Advanced design research as rhizomatic learning

Cher Chin, Joel Matthew

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Inspiring excellent learning and teaching practices: A snapshot from the HERDSA 2018 conference

Tracy Douglas

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Biofabrication with SCOBY: material innovation and independent learning in a summer research unit

Sonja Hindrum

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

A partnership in pedagogy

Peter Doe, Seeta Jaikaran-Doe

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Enhancing the design and delivery of breadth units

Gemma Lewis

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Using peer collaborative engagement to bring a decolonising lens to teaching practice

Kim McLeod

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Advanced design research and the teaching-research nexus

Jacqueline Power

14.15-14.45 Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre Foyer

Mental health and medical students: An impact evaluation study

Kathryn Ogden

14.45-14.50 Lecture Theatre 5

What’s happening in the curriculum space

Associate Professor Leonie Ellis

14.50-15.45 Lecture Theatre 5

Panel Session: Future of Teaching Excellence at UTAS

Facilitator - Melody West

15.45-16.00 Lecture Theatre 5

Acknowledgement of Award Recipients and Conference Close

Professor Noel Frankham

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