UTS has a reputation for producing highly-employable graduates. Our teaching is research-inspired and integrated, providing academic rigour with innovative technology.
learning.futures promotes innovation in learning by integrating the best of online and face-to-face experiences.
Students experience the UTS Model of Learning through the curriculum of UTS courses and their engagement in extra-curricular activities and university life.
Small Grants for 2016 have now been awarded.
The application period for the 2016 Awards and Citations is now open.
The Forum provides a chance for all staff involved in teaching and learning to meet and discuss the range of approaches that support student learning in our practice-oriented university.
Practice orientationInternationalisationResearch inspired learningIdeas about learning and their implicationsModels of curriculum designDesigning subjects
Students' approaches to learningStudent study patternsDiversity in the classroomCharacteristics of good teachingPlanning and preparing your teachingManaging and enhancing your teachingOnline and blended learningEnhancing experiences of group workEvaluating your teaching
UTS Assessment PrinciplesDeveloping criteriaFormative feedbackInvolving studentsStreamlining markingPreventing plagiarismAssessing group workOnline assessmentTypes of assessmentAssessment futures
Scholarship of teaching and learningProjects and resourcesScholarly Teaching and Learning Events
Developing your careerNew staff induction informationOrientation programSurvival guide for new academicsCasual academicsPreparing for promotionCourse coordinator leadershipSubject coordinator leadershipGraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning
Professor Shirley Alexander, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students)
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