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Open Class Sessions: Experience engaging and empowering pedagogies from a student perspective

Would you like the opportunity to experience engaging and empowering pedagogies from a student perspective? You’re in luck! As part of the… Read More

Out & About | Professional Learning Events in September

Thursday 12 and Tuesday 17 – Writing Your Course Profile Workshop Would you like to learn more about Course Profiles and related assessment matters?… Read More

Congratulations to Griffith’s 100th HEA Fellow!

Learning Futures would like to extend a warm congratulations to Louise Mayhew, who is Griffith University’s 100th HEA Fellowship recipient! Louise, from the Arts… Read More

Thinking about using Microsoft in your teaching?

Associate Professor Gary Grant presenting at the Microsoft Summit at Griffith University in June. Recently in Explore Learning and Teaching, we’ve been fortunate enough… Read More

3 reasons to consider being part of the Celebrating L&T Week poster session

If you are using active, collaborative and authentic learning strategies in your teaching, we’d love to know about it! We encourage you to… Read More

Innovation in TEL Snapshot 2019

Be part of the Innovative Picture at Griffith As further support for TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) at Griffith University, Learning Futures seeks to identify… Read More

What we learnt at the Active Learning and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning workshops with Professor Mick Healey

We were delighted to have Professor Mick Healey from the UK visiting Griffith to facilitate two professional learning workshops on Friday 26 July,… Read More

100 Jobs of the Future – a new report and online quiz

Educators from Griffith University have teamed up with colleagues from… Read More

Crimes and Punishments: Lightning Talks

What is it about crime stories that has us so compelled? From true crime podcasts to Netflix bingeing on tales of the… Read More


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October 28, 2019
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