A joint initiative by Melbourne Students and Learning and the CSHE, the Provost's Summit is an annual event focussed on a teaching and learning theme of contemporary importance to the University. This event is open to all University of Melbourne staff.
Designing teaching and learning experiences to enhance student engagement
Friday 19 July, 9am - 2pm
VENUE: Theatre 1, Ground Floor, Business & Economics (formerly the ICT) building, Barry St.
The annual Provost’s Summit is an opportunity for the University community to discuss a ‘hot topic’ in teaching and learning, of broad and current relevance to the University’s teaching community.
This year’s Provost Summit will focus on enhancing student engagement within teaching and learning. The program for the day will feature Professor Diana Laurillard from the Institute of Education, University of London and a number of University staff, who will address the following question:
What teaching and learning experiences enhance student engagement across diverse learning contexts? How do we know these are effective?
The Summit is a joint initiative by Melbourne Students and Learning and the Centre for the Study of Higher Education.
Interview with Professor Laurillard
Welcome and Overview
- Professor Margaret Sheil, Provost
Ways of fostering student engagement with learning
- Professor Diana Laurillard, Institute of Education, University of London (Keynote presentation PPTX 2.9MB)
What teaching and learning experiences enhance student engagement across diverse teaching contexts?
- Professor David Williams, Program Director, Bachelor of Biomedicine, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
- Professor Alan Pert, Director, Melbourne School of Design, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning
- Associate Professor Kathryn Williams, Department of Resource Management and Geography and Director, Office for Environmental Programs, Melbourne School of Land and Environment
11:00am - 11:30am
- Associate Professor John Tobin, Melbourne Law School
- Dr Melanie Plesch, Lecturer in Musicology, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Faculty of the VCA and MCM
- Dr Wendy Haslem, Lecturer, Screen Studies & Cultural Management, School of Culture and Communication, Faculty of Arts.
Panel Discussion: What are the future possibilities for enhancing student engagement?
- Professor Pip Pattison, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
- Professor Diana Laurillard
- Declan McGonigle, University of Melbourne Student Union
1 - 2pm