ITaLI's Teaching Masterclass series is a venue for inspirational and successful teachers to share effective approaches and best practices for teaching. The aim of the series is to assist attendees in learning tangible, practical skills that help them build on their existing expertise to excel in teaching for 21st-century students.  If you have any suggestions or feedback on how we can improve the series, please contact us using this feedback form.

Dates: The masterclasses are scheduled for 1 pm to 2 pm at the St Lucia campus on the following dates.

Date Presenter Title of Masterclass Registration Link Presentation Materials
Friday, March 3 2017 Mr Peter Ellerton 

The Pedagogy of Critical Thinking: Teaching for Thinking to Enhance Learning 

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Friday, April 7 2017 Dr John Harrison

Making Short and Sweet Videos for Use in the Classroom  

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Friday, May 5 2017 Associate Professor Roslyn Petelin 

Teaching Writing

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Friday, June 2 2017 Associate Professor Susan Rowland Integrating an Authentic Large-scale Undergraduate Research Experience into Your Course

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Friday, August 4 2017 Associate Professor Jonathan Westover  Engaging Millennial Students Through Community-Engaged Experiential Learning  Register here
Friday, September 1 2017 Dr Surya Singh Peer-Review Easily with “Confidence”: A Look at Replication and Randomization as tools for Statistically-Significant Assessment via Platypus  Register here
Friday, October 6 2017 Dr Sharon Darlington and and Dr Louise Green Case-based Learning - Improving Student Engagement through Connecting Early Learning with Graduate Contexts Register here
Friday, November 3 2017 Associate Professor Bronwyn Lea  7 Time-Saving Hacks to Streamline Course Coordination Register here