Engaged Teaching Project
Welcome to the Engaged Teaching resources and events page!
Here you will find information about the Engaged Teaching Project and related resources.
The Engaged Teaching Project (ETP) aims to build on the momentum of improving our nationally benchmarked Student Experience Survey results with targeted and impactful projects. The ETP will enable our teachers to co-create sector-leading student learning experiences through inspiring teaching practices in our undergraduate programs.
The Engaged Teaching Project will focus on adopting new approaches to facilitate the capability development of our teachers to enable them to co-create sector-leading student learning experiences through inspiring teaching practices in our undergraduate programs.
The project works across three overlapping areas of activity and will be staged with decision points for further growth and initiatives as insights are developed in each area:
- Activity stream 1: Subject Teaching Engagement & Pedagogy Standards (STEPS)
1. Understand why our learners respond this way and identify what learning experiences would provide a positive response to these questions
2. Collaboratively develop and implement new teaching delivery models and standards, that reflect a better mix of engaged teaching and learning experiences and bring students and staff back to campus
3. Collaboratively identify optimal pedagogical engagement practices in different teaching groups
- Activity Stream 2: The Learning Classroom
4. Support teachers in the classrooms with student partners as engaged teaching interns
5. Engage new external technology partners to create engaged content and learning communities in the classrooms
- Activity Stream 3: Western Teaching Culture
6. Support academic workforce renewal and encourage accountability
7. Support leaders and reward Schools for improvement with performance-based funding
8. Ensure students are aware of and recognize the improvements in the SES responses