Connections Seminar: Teaching as Performance

Presented by A/Prof Marina Harvey, Director, Academic Development Services
Connections Seminar: Teaching as Performance

Teaching to a small audience in tutorials or to larger groups in lectures is an art form. In many ways teaching can be likened to a performance where the classroom is the theatre, the lecturer is an actor, the students are the audience, and the lecture is the script.

This Connections session outlines the similarities between teaching and performance while sharing many tips and strategies on how to be an inspiring teacher by assuming a teacher as actor role.

About Marina

Photo of A/Prof Marina HarveyMarina is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, an Australian National Teaching Fellow and has also received national and university citations for outstanding contributions to student learning. Her scholarship in learning and teaching in Higher Education extend to a growing list of over 80 learning and teaching publications.





Event details

13th Jun 2019, 12:00pm to 12:50pm

Access the presentation and Echo360 recording of the seminar here

To access the live stream link, access is via our Moodle site (self-enrolment key: unswconnections)