Wednesday 4 December, 11.00am – 5.00pm
Monash University, Caulfield
The symposium will showcase results from the OLT National Senior Teaching Fellowship – Developing Excellence in Teaching and Learning through a Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS). The day will also provide opportunities to learn more about participants’ experiences of PATS, share ideas and innovations in teaching and learning and discuss potential collaborations around the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Learn how 14 Australian higher education institutions have:
- enhanced curriculum and teaching quality;
- engaged academics in the scholarship of teaching and learning;
- built leadership capacity amongst academics; and,
- improved overall unit satisfaction.
Invited presenters include:
- Prof Darrell Evans, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching), Monash University
- A/Prof Angela Carbone, OLT National Senior Teaching Fellow and Director, Education Excellence, Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching), Monash University
- Professor Jane Long, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic), La Trobe University
- Dr Steve Drew, Director of Learning & Teaching (SEET Group), Griffith University
- Katherine Lindsay, Senior Lecturer, Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle
- Professor Sue Stoney, Head, Centre for Learning & Development, Edith Cowan University
- Dr Liam Phelan, Online Teaching & Learning Coordinator and Senior Lecturer, GradSchool, University of Newcastle
- Caroline Cottman, Academic Developer, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Dr Glenn Harrison, Academic Developer, James Cook University
- Dr Jo-Anne Kelder, Evaluation and Quality Standards Project Officer, University of Tasmania
- Dr Helen Stallman, Senior Lecturer – Clinical Psychology, University of Queensland
- Dr Jacinta Ryan, Academic Head – Management, Kaplan Business School
There will also be a Q&A panel with current and past PATS participants from across Australia and roundtable sessions to explore: barriers academics face; goal setting tips; closing the student feedback loop; and, peer mentoring and peer review.
Poster presentations are welcomed and posters will be displayed throughout the day. Please indicate at time of registration if you wish to present a poster.
Please help us make PATS even better by taking this short survey:
- If you are a past or current PATS participant
- If you are responsible for decision-making around teaching and learning support at your institution
For further information on PATS visit the website.