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Academic Resource Network for Engineering and ICT Australia

Developing multilevel leadership in the use of student feedback to enhance student learning and teaching practice

Start: 2006
Report Publication Date: 2009
Primary Project Leader James Barber

Funding
Amount: $200,000.00 Body: Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Source: Leadership For Excellence
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Summary
This project aims to develop and enhance the leadership capacity within RMIT University, by developing multi-level leadership in the effective use of student feedback to improve assessment for learning, teaching large classes and general teaching capabilities. Advances in these areas will result in an improvement in the quality of teaching practice, the quality of programs and student learning outcomes and experiences
Outcome
Resources developed from the project include: ? Resource Portfolio ? Resource Templates Three Action Research Teams (ART) have been established to undertake action research projects to: - investigate student feedback to further examine educational problems and emerging issues in different contexts to inform and improve curriculum development and delivery - develop and implement strategies to improve the quality of learning and teaching practice - evaluate chosen strategies to provide evidence of improvement of student learning outcomes and satisfaction through improved use of feedback - evaluate leadership development work.
Keywords
Assessment › Feedback
Strategies › Large Classes
Disciplines
  • Teaching and Learning
Education Levels
  • Higher Education
  • Professional Development
Project Members
No project Members

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Contacts

Associate Deans & Educational Leaders in Engineering

Program Leaders in Engineering

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Contacts

Associate Deans Learning & Teaching in ICT

Program Leaders in ICT

Postal Address

Australian Computer Society
[ARNEIA]
P.O. Box Q534
QVB
Sydney 1230
NSW

Email

info@ARNEIA.edu.au