Provost's Summit

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.

2013 Provost's Summit - 19 July

Designing teaching and learning experiences to enhance student engagement
Friday 19 July 2013, 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

Program

9:00am
Welcome and Overview


9:15am

Keynote
Ways of fostering student engagement with learning


10:00am

Presentations
What teaching and learning experiences enhance student engagement across diverse teaching contexts?


11:00am - 11:30am
  
Morning tea


11:30am
Presentations
(continued)


12:30pm
Panel Discussion: What are the future possibilities for enhancing student engagement?

 

1 - 2pm
Lunch

 

Previous events

2012 What is the future for teaching and learning at the University of Melbourne?

2011 Reshaping eLearning: Charting new courses with digital technologies

2010 Making Melbourne's Graduate Education Distinctive

2009 Graduating the New Generation Degree Students: The class of 2010

2008 Melbourne's international character: The Next Phase

2007 The Melbourne Curriculum 2008: Renewing Teaching and Learning