If you are looking to explore key components of successful learning and teaching in higher education, with an emphasis on curriculum and assessment design, the Curriculum Design for Learning (CDFL) Program is for you.

The CDFL Program is one of four programs in the HEA [email protected] scheme and is accredited by Advance HEA in the UK, with successful completion of the program leading to Associate Fellow – a globally recognised award.

Completion of the program also provides a pathway into the new Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching, with credit into the core course 7032LFC Curriculum and Assessment Design for Learning. It will also enable you to become a member of the Griffith Learning and Teaching Academy (GLTA).

The CDFL Program acknowledges diverse professional practice contexts, and encourages you to explore your learning and teaching practices in these contexts. As part of a guided action research approach, you will have the opportunity to identify relevant issues, analyse current curriculum and assessment practices and plan meaningful practice enhancements or innovations.

The program consists of four core professional learning experiences. You will need to attend/complete these four core workshops/modules and submit a portfolio of evidence of practice (five artefacts) to be eligible to seek AFHEA recognition.

The workshops will be held at the Gold Coast campus over two days in Trimester 1, 2020. They will be offered again at Nathan campus in Trimester 2, 2020. The workshops can be attended in any order and during either Trimester, so you can choose the sessions which best fit your schedule.

Find out more about the workshops in the program and register to save your spot for the upcoming Gold Coast sessions, starting on Tuesday 4 February:

You can find out more about the Curriculum Design for Learning Program and the other pathways to HEA Fellowship at Griffith on the HEA [email protected] website.

This story was original posted on Friday 31 May, 2019.