About this session

The Higher Education Learning Framework (HELF) was created as a guide for organisations, teachers and students to help frame thinking about teaching and learning design in higher education. Now, as we emerge from the pandemic, HELF 2.0 is about to be published. The importance of self-regulated learning is highlighted. The ability to make sound judgements about progress in learning and to make good decisions about how and when to study are fundamental to being a successful university student. However, what does this really mean and how can you use these insights in your teaching? Join Associate Professor Jason Lodge and colleagues in an interactive session as he unpacks the updated HELF and considers where to now.


  • Associate Professor Jason Lodge, Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation, and colleagues

Who should attend

  • Course coordinators
  • Lecturers
  • Tutors
  • Learning designers
  • Students
  • Teaching support staff.

Benefits of attending

Join an interactive discussion about the future of learning and teaching as we emerge from the pandemic.

About Ready to Teach Week Sem 1 2023

Ready to Teach Week is a bi-annual event, consisting of online and in-person activities designed to help you prepare course materials for the upcoming semester.