Professional development and leadership
Student engagement in the first year depends on pre-entry factors, as well as contextual factors such as student expectations and aspirations, disciplinary context and class size.
Teaching quality enhancement
An evaluation program should help you to research and document how well your teaching enables your particular students to learn, in your particular context.
It is important for academics at all stages of their career to document their teaching development and achievements for such purpoases as performance review meetings and promotion.
The scholarship of learning and teaching involves research into how your students learn and how best to enhance learning through effective teaching.
Peer review is a valuable source of information that can work in conjunction with feedback from students and personal reflection to provide evidence about the effectiveness or otherwise of teaching.
Teaching, learning and curriculum
The defining characteristic of blended learning at Griffith is that ICT's are used to enrich the quality of student learning through interactive learning activities beyond those attainable through face-to-face classroom interactions.
Internationalisation is core to the values of Griffith University, which recognises the importance of preparing its students as global citizens.
Public scholarship has been defined as the engagement of students in authentic and meaningful learning experiences that integrate research, teaching/learning and community engagement.
The intention of research-based learning is that university academics make positive moves to help students build strong intellectual and practical connections between research frontiers and the students' own learning.
Large classes carry the added responsibility of supporting first year students through the transition to university, while also introducing them to learning in the university context.
Work-integrated learning (WIL) is learning that results from an integration of workplace experience and disciplinary knowledge and practice.
Developing effective assessment for your course or program involves several steps, including planning how to assess, writing good quality items, using sound marking practices, and reviewing the assessment data.
Academic Integrity means academic honesty and implies that students and teachers