Recently, the School of Engineering hosted an all-school T&L Forum to explore what worked (and didn’t) in their Semester 1 courses, the panel consisted two staff and two students who had studied in the courses taught by the staff members.
Introduction Many of our staff have benefited from the different story-sharing initiatives we host; Open Classrooms (our podcast series) and Solutions Lab sessions give teachers (academics, casuals and PhD students) the opportunity to tell real stories from their own classrooms
Working together – talking, listening and collaborating with students to improve the learning experience Teaching and learning virtually is a new experience for most of us and getting feedback from students is crucial to ensuring that our courses are good
Open Classrooms is a podcast series produced by the Academic Development Group in Science, Engineering and Health. Each podcast features interviews and stories from our staff who have opened up their classroom doors and shared their practices, innovations and ideas.
Are you interested in developing ways of working in partnership with students on curriculum design and teaching enhancement projects? The International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) is available free from https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap/issue/view/347 The journal, which is hosted by McMaster University Library