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The Teaching Matters Conference Proceedings are published annually by the Centre for Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), University of Tasmania.

Volume 3 – 2009

Proceedings of the 8th Teaching Matters Conference (available soon)
Partnerships for learning: On campus and beyond

Showcase Papers

These papers have passed through the full reviewing and editorial process and have been refereed according to the DEEWR procedure required for refereed conference articles.

Beswick, K, & Muir, T.
Do you see what I see? Pre-service teachers watching video excerpts of teaching
Full paper (PDF 79.0 KB)

Botwright Acuna, T.
A generic assessment framework as a tool for teacher development in agricultural science
Full paper (PDF 117.7 KB)

La Grange, R. F., Titterton, M., Mann, E. M., & Haynes, C. M.
Agricultural extension: A review and case study in the Tasmanian dairy farming sector
Full paper (PDF 156.4 KB)

Snell. R., Clark, E., & Meyers, G.
Team teaching, real world experts, and student reflection: teaching and learning pedagogy in the UTAS Introduction to Law course
Full paper (PDF 99.7 KB)

Yates, B., Gardiner, M., Zhang, F., Lidbury, B., Schulte, J., Bridgeman, A., & Rodger, J.
Embedding high impact education practices in first year science: a cross-disciplinary cross-institutional partnership
Full paper (PDF 68.0 KB)

Non-Refereed Papers

Poot, A., Oerlemans, K., Kertesz, J., Hawkins, C., Eversole, R.
Supporting learning partnerships through the use of ePortfolios
Full paper (PDF 102.3 KB)


Download the draft Teaching Matters 2009 Program (PDF 110.7 KB).