This program is an induction requirement for those who are new to RMIT / new to teaching, designed to enhance your knowledge and skills in teaching within an RMIT University context.
You may have completed this short course before, but feel free to go back and refresh everything from your first day of class to teaching with technology.
The inclusive teaching guide provides a framework from which to plan and reflect on your practice. It includes pedagogical approaches that support the notion of inclusive practices, guiding principles for inclusive teaching and resources from the inclusive conversation series.
This website has useful resources and mechanisms for teaching online from anywhere. The content is focused on ensuring you and your students can continue to participate in the learning and teaching process from any location effectively.
Times Higher Education: Higher Education’s Lessons from the Crisis
Kyriaki Papageorgiou (ESADE Business & Law School) outlines shifts in higher education that should help academics in designing more effective teaching and in recognising what areas need in-person instruction and what can be done online.
Flower Darby (Northern Arizona University) talks through the digital teaching skills and tools that instructors should hold on to, even after returning to campus, to enhance student learning and success.
Allan Yuen Hoi-kau (Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education) highlights five trends to look out for as higher education in Asia evolves post-pandemic, and shares tips on striking a balance between technology and learning objectives.
Do your students need help with the structure and style of different assessment types? Here they can access online tutorials and find resources focusing on the requirements and structure of the most common assignment types.
This guide gives useful mobile app recommendations for smartphones and tablets. Aimed at students, teachers and academics, these apps can help you with your study and work, productivity and general well-being.