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About this session

Ever wondered what makes some academics award-winning teachers? What do they do? How do they do it? What does it take to do teach in an innovative, engaging way?

Experience award-winning teaching as some of UQ’s national award-winning teachers share their practice and their insights. Susan Rowland (Science, 2014), Carl Sherwood (Economics, 2017), Janette McWilliam (Humanities, 2014) and Paul Mills (Early Career 2008 and Science 2016).

The event will be opened by Distinguished Professor Peter Corke from QUT, winner of the 2017 Australian University Teacher of the Year award, providing insights and perspectives from outside of UQ.

The event will open with a light lunch and conclude with a brief Q&A session.

This event is open to students and to staff.

About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

The 2018 UQ Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018, focusing on a range of innovative teaching practices including:

  • blended learning
  • enterprise and innovation and
  • Students as Partners.

The 2018 program (PDF,142KB) was designed to provide staff with opportunities to network and discuss teaching and learning in contemporary contexts, and how this impacts on the student experience and outcomes. The Awards Ceremony was held at Customs House, recognising and rewarding excellence in teaching, the provision of outstanding learning environments and support services to students.

Click on each of the 2018 T&L Week sessions to access video recordings and other resources (when available).

 

Go to the T&L Week landing page

Venue

Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
Room: 
202