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Associate Professor Rob Phillips will encourage participants to reflect on the nature of learning by considering the interactions between teachers, learners and educational designers and learning environments, processes and outcomes, and other concepts outlined in his recent book “Evaluating e-learning: Guiding research and practice”. He will also address the characteristics of students entering university via alternative pathways, and how best to teach them so they can graduate as competent professionals.
Drawing these ideas together, the presentation will provide guidance on how to design appropriate learning environments and how to engage students through authentic tasks and innovative use of technology. Rob will demonstrate this through examples from his own practice and that of his colleagues.
|Category||Faculty Learning Symposium 2013|
|Speaker||Assoc Prof Rob Phillips|
|Additional Material(s)||Slides (PDF)|