Courses and subjects are designed with clear learning outcomes – Core Principle 4 exemplars

LTSE Major Projects Good Practice Project Good Practice Resource Bank Courses and subjects are designed with clear learning outcomes – Core Principle 4 exemplars

Courses and subjects are designed with clear learning outcomes – Core Principle 4 exemplars

The following exemplary practices demonstrate our shared commitment to high quality learning and teaching at JCU by aligning with at least one of the Core Principles of JCU’s Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy.

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Systematic Integrated Learning Adviser (SILA) model

Teaching and Learning Development, Trudy Quantrill and Dr Andrea Lynch. View Case Study (PDF 649 KB)
Best practice in English language and numeracy proficiency development; engagement of stakeholders in support of students’ English language proficiency; identifying student support needs; five stages of SILA - an action research framework

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Third year Bachelor of Business HRM capstone subject

Discipline of Management and Marketing, Dr Josephine Pryce. View Case Study (PDF 599 KB).
Developing interpersonal communication skills; motivating students through experiential learning; developing an aptitude commensurate with the role of the HR professional; best practice in teaching and learning

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ALTC Innovation and Development

School of Education; Tropical Leader with The Cairns Institute, Professor Bob Stevenson. View further information and watch Video (3 mins).
Grant Award Winner; A state systems approach to embedding sustainability in teacher education

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Practice for workforce readiness in Sport and Exercise Science

Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Science, Dr Rebecca Sealey. Watch Video (2 mins)
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: professional background; overview of ALTC submission paper

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Self reflection on teaching practice

School of Education, Tanya Doyle. View Article
Sessional Award Recipient; ensuring assessment and course participation requirements are clearly articulated

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Engendering community engagement and industry relevant assessment outcomes

School of Creative Arts, Mr Mitch Goodwin. Watch Video (3 mins 20 seconds)
Faculty Citation Winner: professional background; overview of citation