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2018 CASS/CAP Innovation in Teaching Showcase DAY ONE

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Hedley Bull Auditorium

130 Garran Rd, Acton

Canberra, ACT 2601

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Welcome Address

9:30am – 9:45am: General welcome and Welcome to Country - Professor Michael Wesley (Dean of CAP) and Professor Rae Frances (Dean of CASS)

Keynotes and Presentations

9:45am – 10:45am: Keynote - Professor Barney Dalgarno, Director of Learning Online. Charles Sturt University

Digital enabled learning in higher education: leading practices and future scenarios

10:45am – 11:15am: Dr Diane Philips, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Business, Government & Law University of Canberra and Rohan Reece, Guest Lecturer, University of Canberra

21st Century Brain: HI to AI and Managing the Space In Between

11:30am – 12 noon: Jessica Genauer

Teaching international relations through conflict negotiations: A simulation of the Syrian civil conflict

12 noon – 1pm: Keynote: Dr Iain Hay, Director, Professional Learning and Engagement, Academic Director, Academy of Continuing Professional Development in Education, Macquarie University

Engaging 21st Century learners using digital devices: a story about thinking smarter

Panel Discussion (2pm - 3pm)

Facilitator: Deborah Veness

Panel Members:

  • Professor Grady Venville

  • Professor Michael Martin

  • Dr Susanna Scarparo

  • Dr Lee Partridge

‘Recognition and Accreditation of University Teachers’

What kind of formal accreditation might be required for university teachers, over and above a PhD? Is it enough to recognise the teaching capabilities of individuals through the promotion process? How might fellowships such as those offered by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) or the professional association Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) contribute? Four experts discuss the current landscape of recognition and accreditation for university teachers.

Talking About Teaching and Learning – TATALing the HERDSA way (3pm - 5pm)

Dr Robert Kennelly

Talking About Teaching and Learning – TATALing the HERDSA way An accidental ‘marriage’ of an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) teaching excellence initiative, a local Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australaisa (HERDSA) branch goal and two passionate teachers, brought about the conception of TATAL (Talking About Teaching And Learning). TATAL was designed as a program of workshops to facilitate cohorts of reflective practitioners to meet regularly to enhance their teaching and the learning of their students through the development of a teaching philosophy statement and a teaching portfolio.


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