- Internationalisation of the Curriculum
- Assessment Parity
- International Student Collaboration and Dialogue
- Intercultural Group Work
- Academic Language and Literacies
- BCM110 Introduction to Communication and Media Studies
- COMM331 Simulation of a Socially Innovative Enterprise
- ISIT102 Communication Systems
- Internationalisation of the Curriculum and Inclusive Pedagogies in the Bachelor of Communication & Media Studies Program
- Transnational Project-Based Learning in Information Technology & Information Systems - Degree Program
- Unpacking Effective Transnational Teaching Teams
- Developing Induction Processes
Also interested in Curriculum Transformation?
Why not stay to attend UOW's Learning Teaching & Curriculum Forum, on Tuesday 17 June 2014 at Innovation Campus (same venue). Follow the link above for more details and to register.
Wollongong is just 80km south of Sydney – about one hour from Sydney International Airport and 90 minutes by road or train from the centre of Sydney. It is a vibrant, multicultural city, situated on one of Australia’s most picturesque coastlines. Regarded as Australia’s ‘most liveable’ regional city, Wollongong combines a relaxed, coastal atmosphere with amazing beaches, cosmopolitan dining, shopping and culture.
02 4221 5063
(Work days Tue Wed Thu)
Dr Lynne Keevers
02 4298 1563
If you are a UOW Staff member and wish to register via the UOW Web Kiosk, Click here
Transnational Teaching Teams International Symposium
Date: Monday, 16 June 2014 Time: 9:15am to 4:45pm Location: University of Wollongong
Innovation Campus, Ocean View Room
Squires Way, North Wollongong
Cost: This is a free event funded by an OLT project
(registrations close Monday,9 June 2014)
This FREE, one-day symposium is designed to explore the issues, challenges and opportunities of transnational teching. It wil utilise the outcomes of an OLT funded collaborative project: Professional development for quality enhancement of learning and teaching in transnational education.
EXPLORE the issues surrounding transnational education programs and participate in an interactive forum for discussion and debate on issues and solutions.
PARTICIPATE in workshops to discuss issues and explore resources developed by the project.
LEARN with leading scholars and practitioners in internationalisation and transnational higher education.
- principles and a framework for effective professional practice development and transational teaching teams
- resources toolkit for:
- inter-cultural learning
- assessment: parity, moderation and calibration
- internationalisation of the curriculum
- encouraging interaction and dialogue between students across sites
- key issues in transational education
- case studies