时间：2020年12月1日 北京时间 6:00 am-1:00 pm
For more details about sessions, plus concurrent academic and staff presentations (including Zoom links), check the full program:
2020 Learning and Teaching Forum program
6am Drop-in Zoom cafe
6:15am Acknowledgment of Country, welcome and housekeeping
6:30am Keynote by Professor Shirley Alexander, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students): Current state and future directions
7:25am Student panel: Our experiences and challenges
8:10am Break and drop-in Zoom cafe
8:25am How the day will run
8:35am Concurrent presentations by UTS academic and professional staff
9:20am Break and drop-in Zoom cafe
10:15am Concurrent presentations by UTS academic and professional staff
11:00am Break and drop-in Zoom cafe
11:05pm Concurrent presentations by UTS academic and professional staff
12:00 Final plenary
12:30 Learning and Teaching Awards and Citations
12:45 Close and thanks
UTS Learning and Teaching forum is a cross-faculty, UTS wide event for the UTS teaching and learning community. The focus this year will be on the experiences, challenges and successes of a truly extraordinary year. We will recognise and celebrate our teachers and students, their resilience, resourcefulness and good practices.
The program will provide the opportunity to share how we have managed the rapidly changing environment, responded to its challenges, learned from our failures and explore how we can work together on changes into the future.
Our keynote, Professor Shirley Alexander, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education & Students), will speak about future directions for learning and teaching, highlighting key themes which will be critical going forward into 2021. The forum will feature a student panel to hear their experiences, reflections and aspirations for the future, reminding us that our teaching centres on their experience while challenging us to think creatively.
The parallel sessions will explore the big challenges and themes that have emerged from learning and teaching in 2020. Breakout rooms will follow each session, to foster critical discussion, make sense of good practice principles and connect with future direction.
We will acknowledge staff who embody the learning.futures ethos with the announcement of Learning and Teaching Award and Citation recipients at the end of the forum.