If you missed this session, or would like to watch the video recording, please find it below:

About this session

This session presents a selection of case studies, with an accompanying workshop, focused on preparing students effectively for WIL placements. In My Prac Life, the student voice is given prominence in describing the challenges and opportunities of transitioning into a professional environment. Through Entrustable Professional Activities, a scaffolded assessment framework is used to support students and external assessors in authentic, experiential learning. The lessons from each of these initiatives will be unpacked through a workshop designed to maximise applicability to the participants’ own learning contexts.


Cheryl Collins, School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences
Dr Louise McCuaig, School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences
Dr Olivia Wright, School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences

Who should attend?

  • Academic and professional staff involved in (or considering) Work Integrated Learning
  • Academic and professional staff with an interest in authentic, experiential learning practices or increasing student voice and agency

Benefits of attending

  • See best practice examples of Work Integrated Learning.
  • Workshop opportunities to apply these to your context.


About Teaching and Learning Week 2019

The 2019 UQ Teaching & Learning Week ran from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November 2019. The series of workshops, panels, and other interactive sessions highlighted our excellent teachers and tutors, initiatives, and T&L leaders around the theme of 'Creativity'. 

View the 2019 program (PDF, 108KB) or watch available video recordings (for the sessions that were recorded).

Go to the T&L Week landing page


Learning Innovation Building (17)