What: Before you commence teaching there are lots of details about classrooms, pay, emails etc that you will want to get sorted. There are also things like making sure that key phone numbers are saved in your phone, understanding emergency procedures etc. Why: Once...
The student website at RMIT has a lot of information for students about the feedback they should receive, start by familiarising yourself with this page
As a sessional teacher you may hear a term used regarding your students that sounds a bit frightening. You may be asked if you have any “students at risk”. At risk of what, you might ask? In this case, it is a risk of failing a course, or in some cases, an entire program of study.
In this post, we have compiled some of the most common acronyms and glossaries used at RMIT
Course Experience Survey (CES) is an online student survey administered by RMIT to all students at the end of each study period for all courses and classes on students’ learning experience
This form can serve as your template and guide to preparing to teach concurrently online.
The following form will serve as your template and guide to preparing to teach concurrently
COVID 19 has impacted our lives and the way we work and teach, to be prepared for any future outbreaks and potential shutdowns take the time to consider a concurrent teaching strategy.
You need to know contacts and procedures in the event of fire, emergency and critical incident management
RMIT has a range of policies and procedures to ensure a COVIDSafe environment. Read this page for more information.