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Panel discussion

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

Presented by Associate Professor Pedro Isaias.

This course intends to provide a community of practice for blended and active learning innovation. It intends to raise awareness to the themes as well as provide practical guidance for academics and learning designers intending to implement it. 

This course will enable participants to: 

  • Learn from good exemplars showcase of blended and active learning practices across UQ;
  • Reflect and share on the application of the above mentioned practices;
  • Acquire practical guidelines and lessons learnt to effectively implement the mentioned practices in their course;
  • Assess the results from implementing the mentioned practices;
  • Plan and Produce educational research papers from the referred initiatives.

Venue

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