The Good Practice Project is funded from the Australian government’s Learning and Teaching Performance Fund. It is one of three projects designed to assist JCU in identifying and disseminating best practice in teaching, in order to improve performance against internal and external survey instruments such as SFS and CEQ.
JCU’s Teaching and Learning Development (TLD) invited associate deans, heads of faculties and schools, academics, lecturers, coordinators and the broader teaching community at JCU, including sessionals and tutors, to share examples of good teaching practice in a collaborative forum with our Good Practice project officer, Jackie Simoes.
The project officer worked collaboratively alongside JCU teaching staff, including those recognised for their exemplary teaching practices, to identify and disseminate how their teaching transcended its practice to create high-quality student learning and teaching experiences, demonstrated by outstanding student feedback.
The Good Practice Resource Bank brings together innovative, inspiring and research-informed approaches to teaching and learning at JCU. The Resource Bank comprises videos, posters, podcasts, case studies, self-reflective articles, exemplar documents, citations and links to a range of support materials. These exemplars are selected based on their alignment to the core principles of JCU’s Learning, Teaching and Assessment policy.
If you would like more information about the Good Practice Project, please contact Learning, Teaching and Student Engagement at: firstname.lastname@example.org.