Discover opportunities to help you grow as a learning and teaching professional
At Learning Futures, we provide a range of opportunities to help you develop your learning and teaching practice. These include workshops, programs, activities, tools and resources underpinned by professional learning principles. Find out more about some of the opportunities on offer to facilitate your professional learning and recognise your practice.
Find a professional learning opportunity
Browse the list of suggested professional learning opportunities that relate to the Learning and Teaching Capabilities Framework. You will also find a list of evidence you can use to illustrate your progress.
Be recognised for your teaching
Be recognised for your teaching through fellowships, awards and grants.
Upcoming workshops and events
Network and learn with your colleagues at our face to face and online professional learning workshops
Professional learning programs
Teaching for Learning Workshops
The Teaching for Learning Workshops explore some of the key components of being an educator – planning teaching, designing activities that engage students in learning, marking and giving feedback.
Curriculum Design for Learning Workshops
The Curriculum Design for Learning Workshops enable participants to practise reflecting on, designing, enacting and evaluating their curriculum and assessment design practices.
Online tools for professional learning
ExLNT (Explore Learning and Teaching) is a tool which allows you to search learning and teaching practices, technologies and strategies that will inspire and engage your learners.
Select from learning and teaching tools contained within guided in-context modules to develop learning outcomes and more.
Formal professional learning
Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching
The GCULT is designed to support the development of your practice as an educator at Griffith. Whether you are teaching, convening a course or responsible for a program, this program will be relevant to you. It is available to full-time staff; casual academic staff; staff in learning and teaching support roles, and staff wishing to enhance their learning and teaching practices.