Would you like the opportunity to experience engaging and empowering pedagogies from a student perspective? You’re in luck!

As part of the Teaching using Engaging and Empowering Pedagogies event during Celebrating Learning and Teaching Week, Griffith educators will be facilitating open classes, giving you a first-hand experience of what it’s like to be a student in one of their teaching sessions. This is a unique opportunity, not to be missed!

Our remarkable educators will be sharing a wide range of student-centred active, authentic and collaborative learning strategies, relevant to a multitude of teaching contexts. We are sure you will find a session that will be inspiring and useful for you – offering you the chance to explore ideas and approaches that can enhance your own practice.

Spaces are filling up fast for the open classes, so if you’re keen to attend, we recommend registering today. See below for an overview of all of the open classes or go straight to the registration process and choose a class from there.

We look forward to seeing you in October!

Featuring open class sessions with:

Dr Sebastian Binnewies

School of Information and Communication Technology

Active learning and feedback in mixed, online, and HyFlex modes

Associate Professor
Caryl Bosman

School of Engineering and Built Environment

Using Concept Maps to link theory to practice

Dr Jena Buchan

School of Allied Health Sciences

Enhancing exercise prescription and delivery experience using case studies & role play

Dr Natalie Colson

School of Medical Science

Flipping a large class

Rae Cooper

Queensland College of Art

Scavenger Hunt: Connecting critical analysis to real world examples

Dr Anne Cullen

Department of Business Strategy and Innovation

Scenario Building for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Dr Lynda Davies

Learning and Teaching, PVC (Arts, Education and Law)

Sorting Strips: matching active learning strategies to successful learning processes

Dr Natalie Osborne

School of Environment and Science

Role-playing games for radical, more-than-human empathy in participatory urban planning

Professor Mark Pearson

School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science

Practising mindfulness in the tertiary classroom

Dr Charlene Willis

School of Environment and Science

Utilising the digital platform ‘Explain Everything’ when lecturing large cohorts

Dr Elaine Yang

Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management

Active learning using debate and role play