Issue 07 : May 2008
- Professor Ross Guest awarded an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (Carrick) Associate Fellowship for a project on "Promoting classroom experiments in undergraduate economics teaching".
- 2008 Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching announced – visit the Learning and Teaching website pages for the GAETS
GIHE Good Practice Guides
Intute Subject Booklets
- National Teaching Awards Recognise Griffith's Great Teachers
In 2007, Griffith broke a record in its achievements at the Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching.
- Introducing the Pro Vice Chancellor (Learning and Student Outcomes)
Professor Sue Spence outlines her new portfolio, the focus on quality in learning and teaching and the challenge of improving outcomes for students.
- Belonging by Design
Sam di Mauro, Senior Lecturer in Design, and Carrick Teaching Excellence Award winner talks about his approach to integrating cultural diversity in learning and teaching and the curriculum.
- Balancing Religious Commitments and Academic Responsibilities
Representatives from three major faiths provide helpful insights into how students and staff balance religious commitments and life in the academy.
- GU success in Carrick Promoting Excellence Initiative (PEI)
In February, Griffith was successful in securing a Carrick grant of $220,000 for a project to implement an effective university wide strategy for supporting grant and award processes.
- Internationalisation at Griffith
What is Griffith doing to support academic staff to achieve our goals in internationalisation of learning and teaching and the curriculum?
- SOLT Community of Practice established at Griffith
Griffith has established a Scholarship of Learning and Teaching Community of Practice intended to nurture networks in and across Faculties and Groups to support staff in a broad range of endeavours around learning and teaching.
- Trial of an Institutional Framework for Promoting Academic Integrity among Students
Since October 2007, Griffith has been trialling the Institutional Framework for Promoting Academic Integrity, promoting the core values of academic integrity (honesty and trust) among undergraduate and postgraduate students.
- Symposium showcases WIL at Griffith
The symposium was an outcome of a WIL project, funded by a Griffith Learning and Teaching Grant, lead by Dr Calvin Smith, from GIHE.
- Law Faculty curriculum innovations a hit at international law conference
Law Faculty leaders, Professor Jeff Giddings and Professor Richard Johnstone, presented papers at the International Conference on the Future of Legal Education in Atlanta, Georgia in February this year.