We work with Griffith's educators to lead, develop and inspire excellent, innovative and impactful learning and teaching across the university
Our areas of practice include engaging and empowering pedagogies, curriculum design and development, learning and teaching with technology, academic leadership, recognising teaching excellence and fostering graduate employability.
Griffith Learning and Teaching Capabilities Framework
The Griffith Learning and Teaching Capabilities Framework makes explicit the individual capabilities underpinning our roles in learning and teaching. We can use the Framework to reflect on the strengths of our learning and teaching capabilities and to discuss and plan learning and teaching practice enhancement, career development and professional learning.
External peer review
IRU Academic Calibration Process
The Academic Calibration Process (ACP) is a process of external, discipline-led academic peer review that is undertaken in collaboration with other Innovative Research Universities (IRU). The process offers you the opportunity to engage in a collegial and constructive process that can improve learning and teaching quality.
Griffith Learning and Teaching Technology
The Tech EcoSystem is an interactive tool that lets you browse or search for teaching strategies and approaches and the technologies that can support their implementation. All of the technologies included in the Tech EcoSystem are approved for use at Griffith.
Explore innovative practices, technologies and strategies to enhance your teaching
CYO (Create Your Own) Video
The CYO (Create Your Own) Video Studios are available for you to use to produce high quality video content for learning and teaching. These easy to use studios are fully automated, and training and support is available to help you get the most out of the studio. The studios are located at the Gold Coast, Nathan, South Bank and Mt Gravatt campuses.
The latest from LF Press
January 08, 2020
Support Training/Learning Transfer…what the research tells us in 2020
When we transfer, we are successful. When we don’t transfer, we fail. Will Thalheimer, 2020 Author Will Thalheimer PhD (Work-Learning, Research) has provided a welcome addition to the start of 2020, Factors That Support Training Transfer: A Brief Synopsis of the Transfer Research. The goal of the re...
December 24, 2019
Q and A with Professor Sara McGaughey
Professor Sara McGaughey, from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation in the Griffith Business School is the winner of a 2019 Griffith Group Learning and Teaching Citation. What motivates and inspires you in your teaching? The greatest joy I get from teaching at a University is when I se...
December 19, 2019
Curriculum Design for Learning Program – A pathway to HEA Associate Fellow (AFHEA)
If you are looking to explore key components of successful learning and teaching in higher education, with an emphasis on curriculum and assessment design, the Curriculum Design for Learning (CDFL) Program is for you. The CDFL Program is one of four programs in the HEA Fellowships@Griffith scheme an...
December 19, 2019
Orientation workshops for educators starting in Trimester 1, 2020
Are you commencing a learning and teaching leadership role such as Course Convenor or Program Director? First of all, congratulations! Secondly, we want you to know that there is support available to help you settle in to your new role. Course Convenors are invited to attend a half day Course Conven...
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