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About this session

The Active Learning Pathways Project (ALPP) used a systematic and methodical approach to implement projects on embedding a range of active learning approaches in a blended way in fifteen 1st and 2nd year courses across the seven Schools of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. In this session five of these 15 initiatives will be showcased pechakucha style and the overarching ALPP action research framework of PIED (Plan/ Implement/ Evaluate/ Disseminate) will be discussed. The audience will have an opportunity to actively participate and post comments or questions live during the presentations, and get their answers at the end of the presentations.  

Attend to see a showcase of: 

  • Strategies in embedding active learning initiatives
  • Evidences of the benefits and value of active learning
  • Challenges and lessons learnt during project implementation
  • Insights on using action research frameworks in embedding active learning approaches across a large Faculty such as HASS
  • Have an opportunity to participate and ask questions live during the presentations.  

Benefits of attending 

  • Understand the benefits and value of active learning 
  • Learn new techniques and strategies in implementing active learning
  • Appreciate the time, resources, and commitment to implement active learning initiatives
  • Take a moment to self- reflect on issues around active learning.

Who should attend?

  • Academic staff
  • Learning/curriculum/learning designers
  • Students


About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

UQ's annual Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018.

Teaching and Learning Week is an opportunity for the UQ community to celebrate and share innovative and excellent teaching and learning practices that inspire students, through a range of workshops, lectures and social events.

About T&L Week 2018


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