Core Principle 9 exemplars

Core Principle 9 exemplars

Teaching that develops learning is well organised and enhancement-led through the cyclical process of reflection, revision and improvement – Core Principle 9 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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Peer Review of Teaching (PRoT) Presentation

Faculty of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, Associate Professor Kay Martinez. View Video(25minutes).
Introduces Peer-Review of Teaching (PRoT) Policy; why PRoT?; key features of JCU’s PRoT model – collaborative and focused on student success

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PRoT - feedback on the review process: narratives from reviewee and reviewers

School of Business’ Dr Trina Myers, Dr Leo Foyle from the School of Public Health and Dr Paul Kebble with Teaching and Learning. View Case Study (PDF 181 KB).
Designed to enhance the quality of pedagogy for all involved; review POGIL (Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning) implementation in subject curriculum and teaching

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Teaching delivery in Principles of Pharmacotherapeutics, a distance mode subject

Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences, Mr John Smithson and Mr Phil Gorbett with Teaching and Learning. View Case Study (PDF 800 KB).
Teaching development and evaluation of its effectiveness; reflection for reviewers and reviewees; the ‘how to’ video navigates the structure of the course  

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Improving industry-readiness of pharmacy graduates

Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences, Mr John Smithson. View Q&A Poster (PDF 1.8 MB).
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: acknowledgement by peers; teaching practice informed by student feedback; motivation to teach well; current research interests

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Inducing deep learning through contextual and multisensory teaching

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Dr Rabin Tuladhar. View Video (3 minutes) and Q&A Poster (PDF 1.8 MB)
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: professional background; brief overview of ALTC submission paper; and acknowledgement by peers; teaching practice informed by student feedback; motivation to teach well; current research interests

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Participatory practices in social work education

Faculty of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, Ms Beth Tinning. View Video (2 minutes).
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: professional background; overview of ALTC submission paper

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Creating learning-centred environments in environmental economics

Faculty of Science and Engineering, Dr Peter Griggs. Watch Video and Q&A Poster (PDF 1.6 MB).
Faculty Citation Winner: professional background; overview of citation; and acknowledgement by peers; teaching practice informed by student feedback; motivation to teach well; current research interests

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Personalising and humanising the online learning environment

Faculty of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, Dr Reesa Sorin. Watch Video. (3 minutes)
Faculty Citation Winner; professional background; overview of citation  

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Developing pedagogies for teaching Sociology

Faculty of Arts, Education and Social Sciences, Associate Professor Glen Dawes. Watch Video (3 minutes).
Faculty Citation Winner: professional background; overview of citation  

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For stimulating multidisciplinary, first year students to learn Anatomy

Faculty of Medicine, Health and Molecular Sciences, Associate Professor Claudia Diaz. Watch Video (6 minutes).
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: demonstrates exemplary teaching in practice; active learning

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An innovative method for teaching Pathology in a rural medical school

School of Medicine and Dentistry, Professor Shashidhar Venkatesh Murthy. Watch Video (4 minutes).
National Award Winner for Teaching Excellence: demonstrates exemplary teaching in practice; form of formative assessment