PebblePad offers a range of functions and features to support a variety of student-centred teaching and learning activities. Do you want to hear from your peers about how they are using this personal learning environment?
Explore Learning and Teaching hosts stories or ‘Faculty Sparks’ where Griffith academics have shared their design thinking, experiences and what they have learned moving forward. The following are a sample of Faculty Sparks specifically sharing experiences with PebblePad (look out for more to come!):
- Embedding cultural knowledge and competency within a business course
Kerry Bodle from GBS walks us through her experiences using PebblePad with an innovative Indigenous business course was designed to engage students in authentic and meaningful ways to develop their cultural competency.
- Embedding professional requirements within the Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics to enhance employability
Lana Mitchell and her team from in Griffith Health embedded Dietician professional requirements into their program and utilised PebblePad to enable students to develop a clear sense of professional identity.
- Leveraging educational technology to enhance career confidence
David Tuffley from Griffith Sciences shares his approach using PebblePad to engage students in reflective practice for an ICT course.
- Incorporating guided reflections in the development of students’ professional identity (Requires login)
Vanette McLennan shares her academic team’s experience in a fully online postgraduate course where students are asked to document their personal perceptions in a guided reflection template.
Have you used PebblePad in your teaching? Would you like to share your experience by creating a Faculty Spark in Explore Learning and Teaching? Please get in touch!