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.
School of Earth and Environmental Science, Dr Paul Nelson. View Case Study (PDF 893 KB).
Pre-course questionnaire; teaching and learning; post-course questionnaire
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dr Paul Nelson. View Q&A Poster (PDF 1.4MB).
JCU Citation Award Winner: student feedback to inform practice; drive to teach well; research interest; self-reflection on the award
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Dr Paul Nelson. View Q&A Poster (PDF 102 KB) and Citation (95 KB).
2012 National Citation Winner for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning: Motivation; key elements of teaching practice; future directions for teaching
Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences, Professor Jim Burnell. View Case Study (PDF 561 KB) which has hyperlinks to other resources.
‘The Text’ - an attempt to simplify Molecules to Cells; the art of getting through to students; best practice in teaching and learning; inspiring students to succeed; refining the Molecules to Cells module
School of Medicine and Dentistry, Professor Alan Nimmo. View Case Study (PDF 607 KB).
Clinically-Orientated Active Learning Sessions (COALS); example of a COALS case scenario; best practice in teaching and learning; refining the learning process
Developing confident clinicians who integrate evidence into their practice.
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition, Associate Professor Jane Mills. View Q&A Poster (PDF 260 KB) and Citation (98 KB)
2012 National Citation Award Winner for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning: Motivation; key elements of teaching practice; future directions for teaching practice
Sport and Exercise Science, Dr Rebecca Sealey. View Q&A Poster (PDF 1.6 MB).
National Citation Winner for Teaching Excellence: acknowledgement by peers; teaching practice informed by student feedback; motivation to teach well; current research interests
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Associate Professor David King and Ms Yetta Gurtner.
Faculty Citation Winner: professional background; overview of citation paper