Due to high demand, a second session of the Teaching for Learning workshop, Facilitating and Teaching for Learning (G04010), will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 5 March, 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm at the Leneen Forde Chancellery (G34) 1.05/1.06.
The other workshops in the program, originally scheduled to be held in the Leneen Forde Chancellery, have all been moved to the Student Guild Function Centre (G07) to accommodate more participants.
Keep an eye on your inbox for an updated email invitation about the program, and if you have already registered for these sessions, your calendar confirmation will be updated with the new details.
It’s great to see so many #GriffithUni educators @ the GC campus taking the first step to becoming an Associate Fellow of the @AdvanceHE Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) through the Teaching for Learning (TFL) Program at the FUT workshop today ???????????? https://t.co/dAlNTTYAti pic.twitter.com/kVJpf0se7T
— Learning Futures (@lf_griffith) February 4, 2019
We are really excited about the Griffith community’s interest in the Teaching for Learning Program, and the practical opportunities it offers to enhance learning and teaching practice. We’re also pleased to be able to offer educators (including staff in learning and teaching support roles) the opportunity to become an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) through the program. Those who have already engaged in the reflective practice enabled by the HEA Fellowship application process have found it immensely rewarding.
If you’re interested in the Teaching for Learning Program and can’t make it to the Gold Coast workshops, never fear – they will be offered at Nathan campus in Trimester 2. The dates and times for these sessions will be available soon.
If you are seeking HEA Fellowship and would like to focus on curriculum and assessment design in your practice, we highly recommend considering the new Curriculum Design for Learning Program. Click here to find out more about this program and the other pathways to HEA [email protected].