Workshop with Professor Sally Kift: Transition pedagogy as a foundation for good teaching practice and course development, especially online

Professor Sally Kift is a leader in transition pedagogy and the first-year experience, and we are excited to welcome her to Flinders to host this important workshop.

Transition pedagogy (Kift, 2015; Kift, Nelson & Clark, 2010; Kift & Nelson, 2005) offers course designers, academics, professional staff and institutional leaders an integrative framework and common language for whole-of-institution approaches that build curriculum and support structures to ensure student success is not left to chance. Working in partnership with students and harnessing intentional curriculum design as the academic and social organising device for the student experience, transition pedagogy enables learning, success and wellbeing for all learners, whatever their background or educational experience, in both online and face-to-face courses.

The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, together with Associate Professor Lydia Woodyatt and the Flinders University Retention Working Group, are proud to present this Learning and Teaching Academy workshop.

Date: Wednesday, 8 December 2021
Time: 1:00 – 3:00pm AEDT
Location: Online
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Professor Sally Kift is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law and President, Australian Learning & Teaching Fellows. She has held several university leadership positions, including as JCU’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic). Sally is a national Teaching Award winner, a national Senior Teaching Fellow, a Discipline Scholar (Law) and serves on many tertiary education boards. In 2017, Sally received an Australian University Career Achievement Award for her contribution to Australian HE.

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