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May 2019

Designing or Redesigning a Paper?

May 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
WF710, 42 Wakefield St
Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
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Are you planning on designing or redesigning a paper or a lesson? Come and join our conversation on the constructive alignment of curricula in the AUT context! Whether you’re starting with a Graduate Profile or a set of Learning Outcomes, all aspects of a teaching and assessment plan need to make sense. A panel of four experienced AUT staff members will share their stories, with a variety of approaches, experiences and perspectives on aspects of curriculum design, mapping and implementation…

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Open Classrooms Week at AUT

May 13 - May 17

Ever wanted to know what makes good lecturers great? Want to see how they engage their students? Keen to learn from the best? In week 10, the Centre for Learning and Teaching will collaborate with some of AUTs award winning teachers to bring you Open Classrooms Week, Semester 1, 2019. Open Classrooms Week offers at least one open lecture a day from an award-winning teacher. You’re invited to choose a lecture and sit amongst the students to observe some of…

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Can Technology enhance Learning?

May 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
WT802, 2 Wakefield St
Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
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Come and take part in a lively kōrero on what is Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) and what it means in our context! A panel of four enthusiastic AUT academics will share their diverse approaches to TEL in pithy ten-minute presentations. Following this, the floor will be opened to questions, facilitated by the chair. This session will be both recorded and streamed live. Register by emailing pam.wyse@aut.ac.nz

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June 2019

Immersive Reality Bootcamp

June 24 - June 27

The Immersive Reality Bootcamp will provide participants with an introduction to the state of the art of mobile augmented and virtual reality that is grounded in the scholarship of technology enhanced learning. The 5-day bootcamp will facilitate the design of authentic projects for innovative assessments guided by a design-based research methodology. Participants will be encouraged to work in transdisciplinary teams to develop immersive reality environments that enable new approaches to teaching and learning relevant to their curriculum contexts.

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Introduction to learning and teaching at AUT: Teaching Assistants Workshop

June 24 - June 26
WO1023, 56 Wakefield Street
Auckland, New Zealand
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24 - 26 June, 9.15-3.30 pm WO1023 (City campus) Register by contacting Pam Wyse, Centre Manager: pam.wyse@aut.ac.nz or x8375. This workshop is designed for Teaching Assistants who are new to teaching EFTS papers at AUT. You will: Examine your role and responsibilities as a Teaching Assistant and begin to develop an academic strategy to support your teaching goals and aspirations. Gain confidence to undertake your teaching role through active participation, leading group activities and engaging in teaching. Evaluate evidence-based strategies designed to…

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Ako Aronui: Pathway to HEA Fellowship – Associate Fellow and Fellow Semester 2 Start

June 25

June 25 to October 14 Ako Aronui uniquely contextualises the Higher Education Academy’s (HEA) UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) in Māori values and principles through The Ako Aronui Professional Standards Framework, underpinned by the Iho Matua (philosophy) of manaaki. This ensures that the standards and framework embody our local context and environment. AUT’s Ako Aronui: Pathway to HEA Fellowship is accredited by the HEA to confer three categories of HEA’s international recognition of professionals in higher education teaching and learning (Associate Fellow, Fellow…

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July 2019

ePortfolio and ORCID Bootcamp

July 1 - July 4

The eportfolio and ORCID bootcamp will introduce participants to the Open Researcher and Contributor Identity (ORCID) and guide them in establishing their own ORCID eportfolio during the bootcamp week. The goal of the bootcamp is to enable participants to begin critical engagement with the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through establishing a reflective practice research eportfolio via ORCID – which is becoming increasingly accepted as the default research profile for journals as well as institutional research databases such as Research-Elements. ORCID (https://orcid.org/) facilitates import and export of research data and researcher profiles between an ORCID…

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Introduction to learning and teaching at AUT: University Lecturers Workshop

July 8 - July 10
WO1023, 56 Wakefield Street
Auckland, New Zealand
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8 - 10 July, 9.15-3.30 pm WO1023 (City campus ) Register by contacting Pam Wyse, Centre Manager: pam.wyse@aut.ac.nz or x8375. This workshop is designed for academic staff who are new to teaching EFTS papers at AUT. You will: Examine your roles and responsibilities as an AUT lecturer and begin to develop an academic strategy to support your teaching goals and aspirations. Critique higher education concepts relevant to Aotearoa and the AUT context, adapting them for your discipline and student cohort. Evaluate evidence-based…

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