The inaugural Flinders Learning & Teaching Week ran from 5-9 December 2016. Structured around the University’s Values and Ethos, espoused in the 2025 Agenda: Student Centred, Integrity, Courage, Innovation and Excellence, the program encompassed a range of activities from grant funded project reports, inspiring examples of good teaching practice, models of assessment, demonstrations and discussions. With 31 events, 333 registrations, an award ceremony for the 2016 Vice-Chancellor Awards and Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant recipients attended by approximately 80 people, and countless conversations, ideas and potential networks established, the week was a great success.
New ways of thinking:
Planning is already underway to make the Flinders Learning & Teaching Week 2017 even better. If you would like to be a part of this exciting event, why not join us as a presenter, facilitate a discussion session, or run a teaching demonstration? The week will run from 4-8 December.
Contact us with your ideas.
Contributed by Anna Smith