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February 2019

Introduction to learning and teaching at AUT: University Lecturers Workshop

February 18 - February 20
WO1023, 56 Wakefield Street
Auckland, New Zealand
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18-20 February 2019, 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…

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June 2019

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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July 2019

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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