If you missed this workshop

  • Listen to the recordings below:

Introduction to the Blended and Active Learning Innovation (BALI) Community of Practice, by Associate Professor Pedro Isaias

 

PSYC2361 Psychology of Criminal Justice: blending process, challenges, outcomes and recommendations, by Associate Professor Blake McKimmie

 

COMU1120 Media and Society: blending process, challenges, outcomes and recommendations, by Dr Nicholas Carah

 

ECON1020 Introductory Macroeconomics blending process, challenges, outcomes and recommendations, by Professor KK Tang

 

Tips on Making Your Class Active, by Associate Professor Jason Lodge

 

UQ Teacher Dashboard: Gaining Actionable Insight from Student Data, by Dr Hassan Khosravi and Dr Aneesha Bakharia

 

Panel discussion

About Blended and Active Learning Innovation Community of Practice (BALI CoP)

The Blended and Active Learning Innovation Community of Practice (BALI CoP) intends to raise awareness and provide practical guidance for academics and learning designers.

It enables participants to:

  • learn from their peers across UQ through a showcase of blended and active teaching and learning practices,
  • be part of the discussion about how to implement blended and active learning on campus,
  • meet colleagues with a similar interest in teaching and learning.

Venue

Steele Building (3), St Lucia campus
Room: 
262