Teaching and Learning Forum 2018

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Thursday 1 February 2018

8.00-8.45Registration: ND4 Tannock Hall of Education
Coffee/tea

8.50-9.10
9.10-10.10
Plenary Session: Theatre
     Welcome to Country and Welcome to Notre Dame
     Keynote address: Professor Beverley Oliver - Grand challenges require grand strategies for change
10.10-10.40Morning tea: ND25 The Drill Hall
Rooms Room 201 Room 202 Room 301 Room 302
10.40-12.10
(90 minutes)
Lee Partridge
HERDSA online resource: Exploring a new introduction to SoTL
Susan Flavell & Helen Flavell
Small 'c' creativity: Strategies to enhance 'innovation' in teaching and learning
Karin Strehlow, Simon Walters, Sarah Veitch, Nikola Horley & James Boyd
Engaging with students with challenging behaviours
Dawn Bennett
Developing employABILITY and metacognition from Semester 1: A workshop on how!
12.10-12.50Lunch: ND25 The Drill Hall
12.50-2.20
(90 minutes)
Melissa Davis & Daniel Southam
How to get the most out of peer review of educational practice: Reviewee and reviewer perspectives
Kristoffer K. McKee & Rajinder Kaur Attar Singh
Using origami to demonstrate the effectiveness of utilising the marking criteria as a learning device
Margo Brewer
Enhancing student resilience through a staff resilience and leadership program
Jamie Zander
And iPad makes three: How technology transformed my teaching
2.20-2.30Snack and comfort break
2.30-4.00
(90 minutes)
Andrea Carr & Jo-Anne Kelder
Embedding SoTL into the curriculum evaluation and research framework
Clive Walley
Indigenous cultural awareness: Outcomes from staff development activities

Mark Bailye
TEL tales
4.00-5.00Reflections and thanks. Drinks, nibbles, tea and coffee: ND25 The Drill Hall
Entertainment by Isaac Mangano (Classical guitarist)

Friday 2 Febuary 2018

8.00-8.45Registration - ND4 Tannock Hall of Education
Coffee/tea:

8.50-9.00
9.00-10.00
Plenary Session, Theatre
     Acknowledgement of Country and Head of Campus welcome
     Keynote Address: Professor Angela Hill - Disparate student futures: Critical global citizenship, activist pedagogies and inequality
10.00-10.10Snack and comfort break
Rooms Theatre Room 201 Room 202 Computer lab 203 Room 301 Room 302 Computer lab 303
Themes Student futures Digital futures Engagement futures Assessment and design futures Employability futures 1 Employability futures 2 Academic devel-opment futures
10.10-10.35 Michelle Quail, Jillian Briggs & Ayomide Ogundipe
The 'us and them' and the 'then and now': Supporting clinical educators and millennial students in fieldwork
Anne Polley & Jill Darby
Exploring integrated problem based learning initiatives through multi media and digital platforms in Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University
Melissa Puertollano
The potential for transformation: An analysis of immersion-style Aboriginal Studies in Broome
Lynne Roberts & Natalie Gasson
Measuring students' discipline-specific literacy
Céline Doucet
Get ready! Strategies to prepare students for the international workplace
Sally Male, Patrick Kenworthy, Courtney Elliott & Tim French
Pilot virtual work integrated learning in engineering
Sam Millar & Bron Bateman
Not another brick in the wall: OnTrack and the student experience
10.40-11.05 Benjamin Hay
SMARTcare seminars: student engagement, involvement and ownership
Rina Wong, Katrina Strampel, Stephanie Dowdell & Luisa Cecotti
Using interactive tutorials and virtual microscopy to enhance learning skills: A pilot study
Brennen Mills, Sara Hansen, Alecka Miles, Travis Cruickshank, D. Bartlett, T. Rankin & P. Zaenker
Providing realistic night shift training to undergraduate paramedics through simulation
Benjamin Milbourn, Tomomi McAuliffe, Melissa Scott & Angus Buchanan
Collaboration with undergraduate students in marking and moderation of written assessments: An exploratory study
Lyn Mahboub, Robyn Martin, Stuart Youngson, Judi Anderson, Nigel Gribble, S. Ridley & A. O'Callaghan
Lived experience education: Transforming learning and teaching in Health Sciences

Ian Boudville & Antonia Girardi
Design thinking your way to leader development: Translating theories of leaders and leadership into practice
11.05-11.30Morning tea - ND25 The Drill Hall
11.30-11.55 Karen Winter, Uwana Evers & Julie Lee
Personal values and motivational interference among university students
Leitha Delves
Datafacts in the digital world: Learning analytics and the virtual archaeologist
Alison Kirkman
Does creating a music video enhance neuroscience learning in third year physiotherapy students?
Michael Stein
The benefits and advantages of using exemplars (and not rubrics) in teaching Chinese university students
Natalie Lloyd, Sally Male & Megan Paull
Access to work integrated learning: The lived experience
Simone Duncan, A. Arulpragasam, S. Kemp, M. Blosfelds, J. Mason & G. Fyfe
Applying medical education assessment practices to improve the reliability and validity of MCQ tests in a large health sciences unit
Abigail Lewis
Jottings from the journey: On the way to improved teaching
12.00-12.25 Angela Jones & Chris Cunningham
Understanding future students: Measuring enabling students' mindsets, motivations, resilience and emotional states
Steven Richardson, Christian Ohly & Aiden Fisher
Formative computer-aided assessment in mathematics using SOWISO
Antonia Girardi, Alex Dawson, Mike Fardon, Tara Smith & Moira Watson
Time for the Chronotype: Understanding student engagement with online learning resources
Guy J. Curtis, Emily Cowcher, Brady Greene &Kiata Rundle
Predicting and preventing plagiarism
Jean Wootton & Ingrid O'Brien
Identifying the most valued facets of a WIL program: Perspectives from three stakeholders
Sonia Ferns, Vaille Dawson & Christine Howitt
Collaboration, consultation and cooperation: Work-integrated learning partnerships for enhancing graduate employability
12.30-12.55 Mark Paynter
Incorporating futures education into a crowded curriculum
Sabine Tan, Kay O'Halloran, Rachel Sheffield, Michael Wiebrands, Peter Wignell & Audrey Cooke
Encouraging and mapping student engagement through 360-degree videos
Arran Goddard-Nash, Katharine Andrews, Ajanthy Arulpragasam, & A. O'Callaghan
Perceptions and attitudes of first year health science students to inter-professional education
Mara Blosfelds, Joel Howell, Anne Furness & Peter Allen
Where do we draw the line? Student perceptions and interpretations of Turnitin reports
Martin Cake, Melinda Bell & Caroline Mansfield
VetSet2Go: A stakeholder-lead approach to employability in a health profession
Jill Darby & Anne Polley
Students transformed: Attributes for job ready graduates
Ainslie Robinson, Denyse MacNish, Natalie Davis, Beatrice Tucker, David McConnell, Catherine Moore, L. Lilly & C. Alderson
Waving the WAND: The power of one WA network
12.55-1.45
1.15-1.45
Lunch - ND25 The Drill Hall
HERDSA AGM, Theatre
1.45-2.10 Joel Howell, Lynne D. Roberts & Vincent O. Mancini
Mastery or avoidance? Evaluating student reactions to learning analytic alerts
Megan Walske, Allison Dugdale, Matt Lavendar & Jeremy Siao Him Fa
CurTerra: A fieldtrip app for self-regulated learning
Jianye Wei, Mauro Mocerino, David Treagust, Marjan G. Zadnik, E. D. Lindsay & A. D. Lucey
Student satisfaction in physical and remote-access chemistry laboratories
Mervyn Travers, Beatriz IR de Oliveira, John Owens and Anne Furness
Using an interactive automated assessment and feedback system to drive learning in an anatomy unit
Toni Hannelly
Challenges of delivering authentic work integrated learning content and assessment in vocational non-clinical courses
Facilitated 'Nuts and Bolts' round table presentations

Arif Sikander

Blended to integrated learning: A proposed learning model
Mauro Mocerino, et al. Online course to improve university laboratory teaching practice
Mauro Vaccarezza
Designing best practice for anatomy learning and teaching: Hints from a literature review
Therese O'Sullivan, et al. Innovation to develop career opportunity
Jae Y. Han & Mauro Mocerino
Inquiry-based experiments for undergrad chemistry laboratories
Enrique Mergelsberg, et al.
Student engagement with peer assisted study
Isaiah Awidi & Mark Paynter
Participatory research in evaluating learning design in higher education
2.15-2.40 Meredith Willmott, Gabrielle Brand & Sue Miller
How and why do undergraduate physiotherapy students use reflection in learning and practice?
Silvia Dewiyanti, Clarence Sin, Mike Fardon & Lisa Cary
Looking ahead to a scalable learning design and educational technology service
Dom Wolff-Boenisch
Exam or portfolio as assessment tool? Experiences from a third year undergraduate unit
Heidi Waldron
Video resource creation: Seeking and acting upon student feedback
Rosemary Kerr, Alina Lee & Kenneth Ke
Embedding business communication skills using micro-WIL assessments
Antonia Hendrick, Louise Hansen, Percy Hansen & Joanna Corbett
Reaching across the divide: Aboriginal Elders and academics working together
2.45-3.10 Darryl Fitzgerald
Seeking engaging law units: The final frontier
Jo Coldwell-Neilson
Digital literacy for the 21st century: Implications for student learning
Sara Hansen, Helen McDonald, Charn Nang, P. Lyons-Wall, B. Mills, J. Hunt, D. Hersh & T. O'Sullivan
A simulation-based interprofessional learning initiative for occupational therapy, speech pathology and dietetic students
Catherine M Fetherston, Sharryn Batt &Amanda Johnson
Assessment for learning using Bachelor of Nursing inherent requirements: Enhancing students' understanding
Benjamin Milbourn & Angus Buchanan
Developing a methodology to evaluate educational content from a lived experience perspective

3.15-4.00Close and thanks - Lecture Theatre
4.00-5.30Sundowner - ND2 Malloy Courtyard
Entertainment by 'The Runarounds'


Please cite as: TL Forum (2018). Student futures. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 1-2 February 2018. Perth: The University of Notre Dame Austalia. http://ctl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2018/contents-all.html

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