The Education Focussed (EF) career model will help deliver our UNSW 2025 Strategy by fostering educational excellence, and offers a new career path for academics who are talented and passionate teachers. Teaching capabilities across the University will be enhanced through a greater focus and sharing of pedagogical research and teaching innovation. An education focussed approach will also provide the University with the ability to develop or engage renowned experts in Higher Education to provide teaching leadership and mentoring.
Pro Vice-Chancellor Education
Prof Geoffrey Crisp
tel: +61 2 9385 8244
Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Education
Room 1012, L10 Library Building Stage 2
The University of New South Wales
UNSW Sydney NSW 2052 Australia
Executive Assistant to the Pro Vice-Chancellor Education
Ms Rosie Shaw
tel: +61 2 9385 8244
The LTU is implementing an Enquiry Management System (EMS) to better respond to your questions and feedback.
The new Enquiry Management System (EMS) will introduce the following benefits for users:
The following is a list of scheduled system maintenance windows. Note that scheduled maintenance windows are only used when required. It is recommended that course builders avoid these times when setting assessment deadlines or scheduling activities.
What is a flipped classroom?
The notion of a flipped classroom draws on concepts such as active learning, experiential learning, student engagement, hybrid course design and course podcasting. This page provides an explanation of the flipped classroom as well as links to resources that will help you in the design of your activities and approach to this style of learning and teaching.
The November, 2013 forum built upon the successful May forum by focusing on how blended learning strategies can be used to engage students and improve student learning.
Here is the winning video from the How I learn @ unsw student video competition. Students were asked to tell us what they think about learning online at UNSW in a 2 minute video.
The competition was run as part of preparations for the Learning and Teaching Forum on Engaging Students in the Blended Learning Landscape.
Numerous studies have shown that feedback based on students' actual experiences of a course and the teaching can provide valuable insights into the perceived effectiveness of their learning and teaching environment. To improve our teaching, and for students to have a good learning experience, the most useful way to think of the CATEI process is not as an administrative necessity, but as an opportunity for critical reflection and for engaging in productive dialogue with students and peers.
This page outlines current known issues with TELT Systems, and recommended workarounds.
This page was last updated on 11 April 2017.
Students and staff often access TELT systems (such as the Moodle LMS) using links displaying within myUNSW.
When myUNSW is unavailable, this does not mean that TELT systems are unavailable. Users will be presented with a notice similar to the following: