Victoria University logo      Workshop ‘Creative Forms of Teaching Evidence’

Hosted by Victoria University

Thursday 6 November 2014, Victoria University City Convention Centre,

City Flinders Campus, Level 12, 300 Flinders Street, Melbourne

The Victorian/Tasmanian Promoting Excellence Network is a project funded by the Office for Learning and Teaching.

The Network has as its aim to promote collaboration that maximises dissemination of innovation and good teaching practice.  Its vision is to support professional development and the sharing of systems, knowledge and processes that contribute to optimising student learning.

In this workshop, creative forms of teaching evidence will be explored by a range of experts and leaders in the area, with topics including ePortfolios, blogs, evidencing teaching impact on learning and the student learning experience. This workshop will be of interest to all practising teachers and educators.

The morning workshop will be hosted by Victoria University, at their City campus in Melbourne.  Following the morning event, a catered lunch will be provided allowing for networking.

Program

8.30 – 9am      Registration

9am                 Keynote – Denise Chalmers, Winthrop Professor and Director (CATL),

University of Western Australia

Title: Education teaching quality

9.45am           Speed dating – networking opportunity for attendees

10.00am         Morning tea

10.15am         Presentation – Joy Whitton & Melody West, VTAS Promoting Excellence Network,

Title: Creative forms of teaching evidence

10.45am         Presentation – Kate Coleman, Lecturer Deakin University

                         Title: ePortfolios

11.15am         Panel – recent recipients of the Office for Learning and Teaching

Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence

 Title: Creative forms of teaching evidence

The panel will draw on the type of evidence they used in their recent successful application.  There will be an opportunity after all the panel members have presented to ask any questions.

12.00pm         Survey – post event evaluation

12:15pm         Lunch

1pm                 End of event

Spaces for this workshop are limited, so please register now if you would like to secure a place.

 

 

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