Innovation: Multiple dimensions in teaching and learning
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Thursday 2 February 2017

8.15-8.45Registration
Coffee/tea: Building 410, Level 2 Foyer
8.45-10.25Plenary Session, Building 410, Room 201 (Level 2)
Forum opening: Professor Jill Downie, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic
Chair: Associate Professor Beatrice Tucker, Curtin Learning Institute, Curtin
Welcome to Country: Associate Professor Simon Forrest
Keynote address: Professor Adam Bridgeman, Director of Educational Innovation at The University of Sydney
10.30-10.55Morning tea: Level 3 Foyer
Parallel
session 1
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 The Agency,
Building 408,
Room 1011
Room 303
11.00-11.25 Denise Chalmers
Australian Professional Tertiary Teaching Standards (APTTS) Framework: Do we need one?
Bhadra Chandran
Just in time, just for you
Leitha Delves, Tiffany Hightower, Tiffany Williams & Joy Creasey
Motivating young adults online
Emily Castell, Jonathan Bullen, et al.
Critical reflexivity in Indigenous and cross cultural psychology
Magdy Mahmoud Elnashar
Improving student understanding using FastFeedback Questions
55 minute Workshop

Sonia Dickinson & Aneeshta Gunness

The Agency: A technology enhanced learning space that transforms student learning
55 minute Workshop

Denise Jackson, Sonia Ferns, Paul Lowndes & Heather Pate

Work-integrated learning: Thinking beyond the placement
11.30-11.55 Veronica Goerke, Jeannie Morrison, et al.
Reconciliation via Professional Learning into the online environment
Lynne Vautier & Amanda Bellenger
Developing a shared vision of academic library to support our future learners
Angela Babic
Strategies to increase the efficiency of Discussion Board for fully online students
Michelle Webb, Pamela McCrorie, et al.
Intercultural teaching to build Indigenous cultural capability in health education
Monique Garas, Mauro Vaccarezza & Jamila Hasani
3D printed specimens for learning anatomy: A pilot study
12.00-12.25 Lisa Cary, Mike Bryant & Denyse MacNish
An advanced program for leadership in learning and teaching scholarship
Tara Smith, Antonia Girardi & Guangxin Xu
Blended learning in Australia: State of the nation 2016
Julian Chen, Toni Dobinson et al.
The utilisation of Blackboard Collaborate for online units of study
Nigel Andrews & L. Delves
Collective respect: A whole-of-institution framework for an interculturally inclusive curriculum
Vanessa Hayes
QR codes embedded in a university human biology unit manual: Student perceptions and behaviour
Building 410 Room 306

55 minute Workshop

Severine Lee, Clare Alderson

Teaching and Learning with Apps
55 minute Panel

Nicoleta Maynard

(Convenor and Panel Chair)

The Curtin Academy: A strategy for supporting innovation in teaching and learning
12.30-12.55 Beatrice Tucker, M. Labunda, V.Goerke & R. Selvaratnam
A new professional learning framework for staff at Curtin
Ahmed El-Mowafy
Transformation of traditional passive surveying learning to an interactive learning environment
Janine Macleod
Managing participation in online Wiki groups
Jonathan Bullen & Helen Flavell
Indigenous studies building capability for an uncertain global workplace
Andrea Stephenson, Mauro Vaccarezza et al.
The influence of Latin and Greek etymology knowledge on anatomy learning
1.00-1.55
1.15-1.55
Lunch - Level 3 foyer
HERDSA WA Annual General Meeting - Room 209 (Level 2)
Parallel
session 2
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
2.00-2.25 Esther Matemba
The role of tutors in collaborative learning environments: Developing tutors' areas of impact
Guangxin Xu, Tara Smith & Antonia Girardi
The utilisation and efficacy of lesson plans to the blended learning experience
Chai-Lee Goi
Student perceptions of a lecturer's use of business simulation games
Ainslie Robinson, Carole Steketee, et al.
A generic language shell for use of Prudentia mapping software across disciplines

Ratna Selvaratnam, Beatrice Tucker & Ian Case
Global learning environments in higher education
John Willison
Graduates' perspectives of research skills developed in their degree and used in their work
2.30-2.55 Julianne Crowley, Arpana Dhar, et al.
Co-teaching to improve scholarly profile of sessional academics?
Rebecca Scriven & Angela Christiansen
Evaluating the impact of changed delivery mode on the student experience
Carmela Briguglio & Fernando Porta
Designing a new business unit that develops global graduate capabilities
Troy Hendrickson & Michael Wong
How private higher education can contribute to innovative curriculum design and teaching
Lionel Skinner
Using an online, multi-student social game to improve engagement and learning outcomes
55 minute Workshop

Zina Cordery

What is your reality? Using virtual reality and augmented reality in your classroom to enhance learning experiences
55 minute Workshop

Connie Price & Melissa Davis

'Constructive alignment' in assessment quality? Perspectives of multiple stakeholders
3.00-3.25 Mauro Mocerino & Marjan Zadnik
Identifying and promoting best practice in the PD of demonstrators
Antonia Girardi, Tara Smith & Guangxin Xu
Blended learning: An account of changing the status quo
Htwe Htwe Thein, Andrzej Gwizdalski, et al. Student-generated video library content for teaching intercultural competencies Leah Irving & Melissa Langdon
Intrapreneurship and partnerships to innovate learning and teaching
Dom Wolff-Boenisch
Roll the dice! Enhancing student engagement and knowledge in the classroom by gaming
3.30-3.55Afternoon tea - Level 3 Foyer
Parallel
session 3
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
4.00-4.25 Nikki Schonfeldt, Phil Hancock, et al
An interactive resource for student competence in financial accounting threshold concepts
Dawn Bennett
Teaching students to think: Embedding employability across the curriculum
Lai Zhenyue, Loh Wan Ning & Natallee Faith Kwan
A study on student motivation level and performance in a flipped classroom
Ali Fardinpour, Torsten Reiners, Karen Miller
VR and AR in the classroom: So what?
R. Nazim Khan & Desmond L. Hill
Should calculators be allowed in university mathematics units?
Suzanne Wijsman & Bronwen Ackermann
Achieving successful online delivery of musicians' performance health education
55 minute Workshop

Katy Scott and Kim Flintoff

Gamifying the learning cloud: Increasing online learner engagement through gamification strategies and techniques
4.30-4.55 Gregory White & Rosemary Kerr
Accounting course student outreach using active learning approaches
Heather Pate & Katrina Strampel
Articulating knowledge, skills and achievements: Improving student employability
Annalise O'Callaghan, Lan-Phuong Vu, et al.
Students' preparedness for the flipped classroom: How do we motivate them?

Claire Hulcup
Investigating the effects of diagnostic tests and preparatory material on retention and results
Jacqueline Patten
Interactive teaching and learning: Providing a roadmap when no one is sure of the way
5.00-5.25 Pat Halloran
Improving business courses: The contribution of a Unit Appraisal Survey
Jo-Anne Kestel
I'm not ready: Student perspectives of their preparedness for professional accounting work
Cesar Ortega-Sanchez
Education as transformation: The Engineering Foundation Year at Curtin University

Karin Clark, Audrey Cooke, A. James & R. Halse
Developing numeracy to promote success in health sciences
Brooke Sanderson, M. Brewer, S. Ferns, et al
FRESH: Fieldwork resilience enhancement in students in health science

5.30Sundowner - Wesfarmers Court, Building 408

Friday 3 Febuary 2017

8.15-8.45Registration / Coffee/tea: Building 410, Level 2 Foyer
8.45-9.55Plenary Session, Room 201 (Level 2)
Welcome to Day 2: Associate Professor Beatrice Tucker, Director, Curtin Learning Institute, Curtin University
Keynote Address: Professor Teresa (Teri) Balser, Dean of Teaching and Learning. Faculty of Science and Engineering, Curtin University
Parallel
session 4
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
10.00-10.25
Toni Hannelly & Christopher Fisher
Online student engagement in public health higher education: Standards...
J. C. Emelifeonwu & S. Adeyinka-Ojo
WhatsApp mobile messenger as an innovative approach to teaching and learning

Geoff Swan
Physics in a week
Abigail Lewis
A Health and Wellness plan with mindfulness activities to reduce stress in Speech Pathology students
55 minute Workshop

John Willison

Models of engaged learning and teaching: MELT for fluid thinking
10.30-10.55 Veronica Ong
Transfer of EAP to disciplinary writing contexts: The case for discipline-specific writing instruction
Amanda Smith, Adilah Ahmad, C. Mueller & C. Lawrence
A little help from my friends: Peer learning on Facebook
Andrzej Gwizdalski & Michael Gillan
Democratising teaching and learning through weblogs
Helen Flavell, Lan-Phuong Vu, et al
Students and academics collaborating to improve learning
Jianye Wei, Mauro Mocerino, et al.
Various interactions in face to face and remote access chemistry laboratories
Alison Kirkman
Presenting the neuroscience underpinning mindfulness programs in tertiary education
11.00-11.25Morning tea - Level 3 foyer
Parallel
session 5
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
11.30-11.55 Michael Stein
Learning through teaching: Reflecting on one month in a Chinese university
Steffen Zorn & Angelos Rodafinos
Does a good student experience really matter?
Liz Johnson & Trina Jorre de St Jorre
Implementing work-integrated learning in science
Catherine Moore & Atul Chandra
The dynamic case study method: A new approach to case studies

Marinella Caruso, Nicola Fraschini et al.
Tools supporting the feedback process for second language learning
David McConnell
Networked learning: A new paradigm for 21st century higher education?
12.00-12.25 Nicoleta Maynard, Rachel Sheffield, et al
STEM Makerspace: Developing students' reflective practice and professional identity
Donna Brookes
Using the 'Manager-as-Coach' model to support development of student autonomy
Jean Wootton
Volunteering and the work-integrated learning experience
Francesco Mancini & Tanja Glusac
From time to time: A constructivist approach to sociality in learning
Kathryn Greenhill
Mash it, quote it, attribute it: Academic integrity, copyright and quotation in non-text media
Adilah Ahmad, A. C. Carrillo, et al.
In-class polling: Increasing student engagement in a digital world
55 minute Workshop

Teri Balser

Games or gamification: When, where, how, why?
12.30-12.55 Jane Grellier & Carol Igglesden
Enhancing critical reflective practice in first-year students
Julie Lee, Uwana Evers, Saalem Sadeque & Karen Winter
Motivational interferences in first year students
Margo Brewer
Interprofessional student placements: A guide to ensuring quality learning experiences
Victor Alvarez, D. Gibson, et al.
Challenge-based learning: A new approach for online collaboration
Tania Visosevic & Amanda Myers
Using video essays for assignment purposes
Gregory Ho & Shelley Beatty
Podcasting to a FIFO workforce: Meeting the needs of resource-industry-based students
1.00-1.55Lunch - Level 3 Foyer
Parallel
session 6
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
2.00-2.25 Lisa Tee
Engaging students in learning outcomes and career relevance through a multi-dimensional, interactive map
David Gibson
Exploring data science complexity and analytics
Mohamed Ali Hamid
The ability of virtual reality in enhancing engineering education
Jim Mullaney & Val Morey
Reflections on choosing an e-portfolio solution for pre-service teachers
Rachael Sarah Gerginis
Augmented reality and ultrasound: Innovative methods of teaching physiology
Adam L. Tinker, D. J. Carter & M. Mocerino
Assessing intended and perceived learning objectives in science laboratory classes
Kristina L. Lemson
Work not shared is invisible: Connecting student learning in science by building 21st century literacies
2.30-2.55 Simon Colquhoun
Practical innovation skills in graduating tertiary students through applied teaching practice
Joel Howell, Kristen Seaman, D. C. Gibson & L. D. Roberts
University students' attitudes towards learning analytics
Sulakshana Lal, Anthony Lucey, et al
Interactions transferable from physical to remotely controlled engineering laboratories
Angelos Rodafinos & Steffen Zorn
Interrater reliability challenges when using different marking scales for assessment in HE
Alina Miranda, Alison Kelly & V. Williams
Clinical proficiency training in interpro-fessional pathology testing using simulation
Dino Spagnoli, Shannan Maisey et al
Interactive online pre-laboratory exercises in preparation for first year chemistry laboratories
Alun Price
Cartoon thinking: Using pictures and words to enhance communication with students
3.00-3.25
Cameron Williams, Sara de Freitas, et al.
Longitudinal and nation-wide analyses of student-departure predictors
Sally Male & Nicoleta Maynard
Virtual work-integrated learning in engineering
Liberty Cramer, Sarah Kahle, et al.
Assessment and feedback futures: A digital first assessment policy
Shirley McGough & Karen Heslop
Creative mental health simulations in teaching and learning
Jemma Berry
Come to the Dark Side, we have lab coats: How we're motivating students to become researchers
Rashmi Watson
Activating an appreciative inquiry approach to develop academics' teaching potential
3.30-3.45Afternoon tea Level 3 Foyer
Parallel
session 7
Room 101 Room 201 Room 209 Room 307 Room 305 Room 306 Room 303
3.50-4.15 Vanessa Hayes
Tutor influence on the in-class use of QR codes in a university introductory human biology course
Michael Seats
Ctrl-Alt-Delete: Rebooting 'critical thinking' for the curriculum of the future
Michelle Bunting & Ezrina Fewings
Using 360 degree video in higher education
Anna Gadd Colombi
A further dimension: Instagram in the foreign language classroom

55 minute Workshop

Miriam Sullivan & Miela Kolomaznik

Should you be using virtual reality in your class?
55 minute Workshop

Paul Williams, Rachel Sheffield & Susan Blackley

Reimagining learning and teaching in higher education: Competency, Agency, Verified Evidence (The Divergent Learning Approach)
4.20-4.45 Magdy Elnashar, J. Crowley & A. Dhar
FastFeedback in a first year anatomy and physiology class for mastery of content?

Audrey Cooke & Nicoleta Maynard
Using technology to enable pre-service teachers to see behind the scene
Sabine Kuuse
Teletandem: A virtual transformative experience in language learning

4.50-5.25Forum evaluation, prize draws and invitation to the 28th TLF 2018 at University of Notre Dame Australia


Please cite as: TL Forum (2017). Innovation: Multiple dimensions in teaching and learning. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 2-3 February 2017. Perth: Curtin University. http://ctl.curtin.edu.au/events/conferences/tlf/tlf2017/contents-all.html

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