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June 2019

Teaching Philosophy Statement Workshop with Professor Dieter Schönwetter (University of Manitoba) and Robert Kennelly (University of Canberra)

June 27 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
WZ502-503, 6-24 St Paul St
Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
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Join us for an interactive workshop to consider and develop a statement of philosophy to support your approach to teaching in Higher Education! Increasingly reflective portfolios in HE require you to articulate your underpinning philosophy, for example applications for promotion, for awards, for HEA Fellowship. This workshop will build on the research work of the two facilitators - Professor Dieter Schönwetter (University of Manitoba) and Robert Kennelly (University of Canberra), to support you developing a statement of your underpinning philosophy…

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Underpinning Models of Learning: A Panel Discussion

June 27 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
WZ502-503, 6-24 St Paul St
Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
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Following the workshop facilitated by Professor Dieter Schönwetter (University of Manitoba) and Robert Kennelly (University of Canberra) on teaching philosophy statements, we invite you to join Professor Dieter Schönwetter and Andrew Gibbons (Education), Stanley Frielick (Te Ara Poutama) and Lexie Matheson (Tourism and Events), in a lively kōrero on the range of models of learning that underpin their teaching practice! The panel will be sharing what models underpin their teaching in punchy ten-minute presentations. Following this, the floor will be…

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July 2019

ePortfolio and ORCID Bootcamp

July 8 - July 12
WO1020, 56 Wakefield Street
Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
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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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