Implications for practice
- Staff critically reflect on LEO unit design and delivery and updated as needed.
- Staff ensure information in LEO is current and relevant.
- Staff reassess LEO unit content, including assessments, as a response to student surveys and other academic feedback from sessional staff, peers and supervisors.
The Learning and Teaching website provides detailed information on best practice in curriculum design (PDF, 279.53 KB).
Unit 2: A deeper dive: Theories for learner-centred online pedagogy
Academic staff are encouraged to participate in reflective teaching practices through the ACU Peer Observation and Review of Teaching (PORT) program.
The Evaluation of Learning and Teaching Policy encourages multiple means to collect relevant information on the quality of learning and teaching.
The Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC) facilitates data collection through surveys of student views on the quality of their learning experience, and on the teaching quality, in their units.
Scholarship of Learning and Teaching at ACU: Useful resources supporting scholarly teaching.
ACU Teaching Criteria and Standards Framework provides teachers and their supervisors with clear, objective and consistent criteria that will enable their pursuit of excellence in teaching
Benchmarking Leadership and Advancement Standards for Sessional Teaching (BLASST Standards): A project funded by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching to support and enhance quality teaching by sessional staff in higher education