The diversity of our students is recognised and welcomed –Core Principle 3 exemplars

LTSE Major Projects Good Practice Project Good Practice Resource Bank The diversity of our students is recognised and welcomed –Core Principle 3 exemplars

The diversity of our students is recognised and welcomed –Core Principle 3 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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Effective first year transition pedagogy in Law

School of Law, Dr Nichola Corbett-Jarvis. View Case Study (PDF 894 KB).
Academic orientation; best practice in teaching and learning; support systems; refining the first year Law program

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Stimulating first year students’ learning of Anatomy

School of Medicine and Dentistry, Associate Professor Claudia Diaz. View Q&A Poster (PDF 341 KB).
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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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

School of Business, Dr SingWhat Tee. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; course design embedding flexibility and reflected in subject delivery

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Social Work and Community Welfare, Ms Jo Mensinga. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; adapting teaching practice to work ‘in the present’ and from a basis of inclusivity

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Zoology and Tropical Ecology, Professor Lin Schwarzkopf. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; changing teaching approaches to ensure flexibility; students tailor subject requirements to their own needs

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Social Work and Community Welfare, Associate Professor Wendy Earles. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; belief that everybody is different and unique; time flexibility

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Head of Department Psychology, Associate Professor Deborah Graham. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; great diversity among student body; importance of Access Ablity Services at JCU

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Marketing and Management, Dr Janelle Rose. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; holistic approach allows for a more informed situation

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Economics, Dr Taha Chaiechi. View Article.
IPAA Recipient: inclusivity reflected in all aspects of teaching, delivery and assessment

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Ms Samantha Morgan. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; ‘talking to the person, not the disability’ combined with an awareness of different learning styles

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

School of Education, Dr Reesa Sorin. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; learner-centred teaching style

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Discipline of Management, Dr Alf Kuilboer. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; mindful of student diversity; audio-podcast lectures; approachable and transparent

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Self reflection on inclusive teaching practice

Social Work and Community Welfare, Ms Beth Tinning. View Article.
IPAA Recipient; creating a space for students to talk about their barriers to learning and assessment