Professional Learning

Upcoming Professional Learning Opportunities


What are the options available for professional learning?

Each week this newsletter provides you with activities that have been sent through that are happening. Sometimes quite a few happen in a week, sometimes not!


This week the newsletter provides you with links to Divisions were you, and students may find help and support. Getting to know what we offer as an institution can make a difference to everyone.


In November this year, CSEdX2021 will again be on our calendars. Keep an eye out for information around participating, contributing and being part of the event.


Regular connections:

Stay up to date with the Subject Delivery Guide.

Transitioning On-Campus to Online Delivery provides information and sources of support for academic staff transitioning from face-to- face to online delivery.

In addition to the workshops previous session recordings are available below.

More topics available on Charles Sturt Professional Learning on YouTube.

WORKSHOPS AND DROP-INS

THIS WEEK


TUESDAY 4 MAY

Presentation: Online L&T: new tools Edition

When: 10.00 - 11.00 am

Blurb:

In this session we will explore a range of new online learning technologies in this final workshop for the series. Participants will have the opportunity to play within these new environments, critique and provide feedback re. further development possibilities and / or additional tools to be looked at.

Presenters: Prue Gonzales and Lachlan Kalache

Zoom link: https://charlessturt.zoom.us/j/64605397275


ANY DAY THIS WEEK

Head to the Library for a range of sessions on professional learning or library guides. The library site can also help you enter information about your scholarly activity into CRO and research resourcing and information . Each Faculty has a partner in the library team to provide you with support and advice.


Head to the Division of Student Services, Student Safety and Wellbeing , where you will find information to help you support students who may be feeling vulnerable, or unsafe. When students feel safe they have a better chance to be successful in their study. This page provides a number of connections for you to understand the programs and services available for students.


AND MORE...

Visit the link to the WACE conference . The World Association for Cooperative Education conference this year has the theme of Navigating New Horizons, bringing together the global community to explore work-integrated learning and its important role in the emerging world of work. This virtual global conference is from May 10/11 - 13, 2021, with sessions designed to work across different time zones and areas. An opportunity to share practice with colleagues from across the world.

Scholarly Activity Links and Information

Scholarly Activity

We have now finished the round of workshops set for April that focused on reflective writing, and the selection of artifacts for your scholarly activity.

If you were unable to attend, or you would like to review the session, here is a recording of the presentation. This is the full recording of the session as it was presented live. We will alert you to shorter captures in upcoming newsletter.

View the Stepping Further into Scholarly Activity slides. .


The DLT webpage can provide you with information about the Scholarly Environment model, the Scholarly Activity framework, planning your activity and collecting and recording your evidence.


Visit the Library Guides to learn about uploading scholarly activity into CRO for recording your activity.


These are the links to earlier workshops (2020).

Stepping into Scholarly Activity with Muhammed Yakin November 25

Stepping into Scholarly Activity with Paola Castillo & Eddie Oczkowski November 24


Visit Stepping into Scholarly Activity Slides to read the full slide set of the workshops.

Free External Resources

Did you know about ASCILITE?

ASCILITE is an incorporated not-for-profit professional association for those engaged in the educational use of technologies in tertiary education. ASCILITE is a globally recognized and professionally connected community of professionals and academics working in fields associated with enhancing learning and teaching through the pedagogical use of technologies. We seek to shape the future of tertiary education, particularly through enabling and sharing high quality research, innovation and evidence-based technology-enhanced practices in tertiary education.



As a member institution we have access to a range of learning opportunities focussed on technology enhanced learning.

Upcoming event:

Presentation: Technology Enhanced Responsible Management Education (free)

When: 11 May @ 10.00- 11.30 AEST

Presenters: Assoc Prof Harsh Suri & Mr Vivek Venkiteswaran (Deakin University) along with Assoc Prof Christian Schott (Victoria University Wellington)

Blurb: Harsh and Vivek will discuss how TPCK framework (Mishra & Koehler, 2006) offers a useful theoretical lens for harnessing the power of digitalization for scaffolding meaningful integration of Sustainable Development Goals into mainstream business curricula. TPCK framework is commonly used in educational technology to adopt a holistic, nuanced and context-sensitive approach for integrating technology, pedagogy and content knowledge to achieve deep transformational learning. We will discuss how SDGs should become a pervasive context within which we transform Business Education using affordances of digitalization.

Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/technology-enhanced-responsible-management-education-tickets-151469301759

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RECORDED SESSIONS

To make a request for Professional Learning or further information contact: dwood@csu.edu.au