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Production-centered information literacy: Connecting with peers through citation management

Let’s start with the low-hanging fruit of information literacy education, teaching students how to make a functional container for research discoveries.  I call it a container in the classes I teach.  433 more words

Sailing through Peer Review: Five lessons learnt at the coalface

Dr Ehsan Gharaie, Lecturer, School of Property, Construction and Project Management (PCPM)
Dallas Wingrove, Senior Advisor, Learning and Teaching, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT… 1,125 more words


Students as Teachers

In the History department, Charlie Uddin let students lead their learning for a segment of the lesson by getting students to design, produce resources and teach a ten minute lesson. 98 more words


Paper Planes

In business studies today, we finished the ‘Understanding Business’ unit by looking at how specialised jobs can increase productivity, with particular reference to manufacturing. 

My colleague Tamara Brunskill came up with the idea of getting students to make paper planes, each taking a specific part of the process. 189 more words


Owning their learning

A: This fortnight, I’ve really learnt to appreciate the importance of stating what U:PASS is, particularly that its facilitated learning with a heavy focus on peer interaction and making this clear at the beginning and sustaining this throughout. 52 more words


Going with their flow...

Posted by: Helen McLean, Senior Advisor, Learning and Teaching, College of Design and Social Context, RMIT University.

Next week is the mid-semester break.

By now your students will be in the flow of their study with you. 520 more words