Students are at the heart of our University – Exemplars of Core Principle 1

LTSE Major Projects Good Practice Project Good Practice Resource Bank Students are at the heart of our University – Exemplars of Core Principle 1

Students are at the heart of our University – Exemplars of Core Principle 1

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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First year Medicine program

School of Medicine and Dentistry, Dr Teresa O’Connor. View Case Study (PDF 1.1MB)
Predicting students’ potential for academic risk; specific support systems; identifying students at risk; monitoring students at risk and student advocacy; using student feedback to inform the program

Detail of citation poster for Sharon Moore and Lyn Ireland

Transformative pedagogies within the cultural interface

School of Indigenous Australian Studies, Ms Sharon Moore and Ms Lyn Ireland (Mackay). View Q&A Poster (PDF 341 KB) and Citation (PDF 225KB)
2012 National Citation Winner for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning: Motivation; key elements of teaching practice; future directions for teaching practice

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Indigenous Student Mentor Program

Teaching and Learning Development, Ms Melissa Mallie. 
Indigenous ways of supporting new students formalised into TLD and the mentor program; deadly mentor program and role modelling; JCU Reconciliation Statement