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Deakin Business School Converged Learning

Staff in the Deakin Business School facilitate genuine converged learning through multiple cloud-based connections in the new Premium Converged Learning Space LB2.101 in Trimesters 2 and 3, 2015. This converged learning space is one of the ways that Deakin Business School staff are ‘harnessing emerging technologies to facilitate innovative, borderless, and personalised education.’ Converged learning […]

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Authentic Assessment Methods – Handbook for Teaching Staff

The purpose of this handbook is to assist teaching staff in implementing Deakin University’s strategic policy direction by scaffolding authentic assessment practices. The key objective is to provide a succinct and concise reference handbook for assessment strategies to realise Deakin’s vision of ‘empowering learners for the jobs and skills of the future’. The handbook provides […]

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Online Business Simulations

Are you looking for an authentic assessment method that is transferable into future practice, feels real and is responsive to the needs of the individual student. Online simulations can create an authentic assessment by mirroring real world scenarios, they can teach and enhance skill building whilst measuring student achievement. Simulations Project Overview The Online Business Simulations (pedagogy, […]

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Learning outcome categories and assessment

Staff involved in course enhancement may find the following resource developed by the Learning Support Team in the SEBE DLF Pod, useful. Learning outcome categories and assessment This resources could be used by course teams to assist staff in developing learning activities and assessment that are structured so that graduates can demonstrate attainment of GLOs, CLOs, AQF […]

Staff Capacity Stories in Teaching

Stories in Teaching (9): Dilal Saundage & Lemai Nguyen

Title:  “Thinking outside the box”: Student engagement By Dilal Saundage and Lemai Nguyen Last year Business Requirement Analysis (MIS201) moved away from delivering standard lectures and tutorials to in-class hands-on collaborative team based workshops. This year the unit team (Dilal and Lemai) moved it even further being very creative. They used a combination of different […]