17
Apr 18

Implement TPA’S to improve teaching skills

2018 is the year of change at Faculty’s of Education across Australia, as staff are busy implementing evidence based standards across their faculty to assess the readiness of their graduate teachers The most challenging aspect for University’s are the Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA’s). This is essentially a more formalised metric systems that rates a graduate … Continue reading Implement TPA’S to improve teaching skills

07
Mar 18

13 lessons from 2017’s Student Experience for Higher Education Forum

Author:Drew McCoy

In April we hosted our ‘3rd Annual Enhancing Student Experience’ conference in Melbourne. It was an engaging two days where we heard a variety of case study driven presentations from across Australian higher education, out of sector case studies and a memorable keynote from Professor Robert Allison – Vice-Chancellor of Loughborough University! Key strategies discussed … Continue reading 13 lessons from 2017’s Student Experience for Higher Education Forum

09
Feb 18

3 tried and tested evidence based practices to integrate into your school strategy

With evidence informed practice being so critical to ongoing improvements in student achievement, there is a great deal of information available to schools on the latest evidence based strategies. The Evidence for Learning team, after extensive research have ranked many strategies with a few key ones coming out on top in terms of cost, evidence … Continue reading 3 tried and tested evidence based practices to integrate into your school strategy

07
Feb 18

The impacts of BYOD on University IT service strategy

Author:Drew McCoy

Higher education has seen success following its digital transformation, with students, staff and employees being able to access organisational services from wherever they are using browser-based tools Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) offers employees and corporations countless benefits from increased efficiency to controlled costs on provisioning a mobile workforce and student body. However the complexity … Continue reading The impacts of BYOD on University IT service strategy

07
Feb 18

CAUDIT Top 10 – Spotlight

Each year, CAUDIT members participate in an annual survey to determine the most important IT topics in higher education and research across Australia and New Zealand. Recently, CAUDIT released their 2017 report, which identifies and ranks these areas of interest according to their significance. The CAUDIT Top Ten was devised to help shape the strategies … Continue reading CAUDIT Top 10 – Spotlight

19
Jan 18

10 space STEM activities to engage your students

Could space themed lessons be the next frontier in engaging students in STEM? Director of the Victorian Space Science Education Centre, Michael Pakakis thinks so. “Take any subject and make it space-related. Engagement goes up by 100%.” Not only does space drive student engagement, it can also offer some creative ideas for exploring the interdisciplinary … Continue reading 10 space STEM activities to engage your students

08
Dec 17

The secret behind marketing automation success

Author:Eileen Cai

Everyone loves a new toy to play with. And when it comes to marketing, nothing compares to opening the box on a new marketing automation platform. Real-time reporting, insights into online activity, personalised content, and nurture emails are just the tip of the iceberg. Designing sexy new email templates, making up fun heat scores, and finding … Continue reading The secret behind marketing automation success

01
Dec 17

10x Young Entrepreneurs to Inspire Disengaged Youth

To be equipped for the jobs of tomorrow the youth of today need to learn new transferable entrepreneurial skills to succeed. This means a stronger focus on educators to cultivate entrepreneurial education. But many struggle to find the right resources to engage and inspire disengaged youth. Many youths find the thought of running their own … Continue reading 10x Young Entrepreneurs to Inspire Disengaged Youth