Deakin teaching staff can utillise the resources below to build and enhance their teaching and learning skills and knowledge.
The Library supports the teaching and research activity of the University, and provides staff development in finding and selecting relevant information for different purposes. We also support the management of information resources (for example, making readings available to students or managing references in an EndNote library). Sessions from the 2017 series of Academic Capacity Building sessions are now available for you to view at your convenience.
Access events, resources, blog posts and more on the Faculty of Law’s Building Capacity for Enhanced Learning Opens in a new window site.
DTeach Opens in a new window a range of helpful teaching and learning resources, teaching and learning stories, information on upcoming teaching and learning events, and various links to faculty teaching and learning support sites.
You can listen to Teaching in Higher Ed using your preferred podcasting app/service, or listen via the Teaching in Higher Ed site.
|Course||Target audience||Course resources||Queries and enrolment|
|Student Complaints - Issues and Solutions|
One- three hours by negotiation. Available on demand, as needed.
Gain a better understanding of the causes of student complaints; complaint prevention and early intervention strategies; and the University’s student complaint resolution processes.
|All staff||N/A||Queries: Genevieve Kavenagh email@example.com or call 924 68460|
|Inspiring Young People in STEM: Planning Activities |
Six hours over two weeks. Available online via Future Learn.
Discover how to plan inspiring and engaging STEM activities.
Bringing to life science, technology, engineering and maths with practical activities is one of the best ways to engage young people in STEM subjects. As a volunteer you have a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw upon, but how do you best inspire young people?
On this course you will learn how to plan, organise and design practical STEM activities effectively. You’ll learn how to select STEM activities to suit different contexts, such as running an activity with a teacher in a school, or being a guest speaker to a Guides or Scout group in a village hall.
|Teaching staff in a STEM discipline.||N/A||Available on Future Learn