Macquarie U asking big questions on learning and teaching

Macquarie U is surveying students about their “current learning experience” it’s for a review of teaching

However, students respond, the survey suggests what the university is thinking about for learning and teaching. Among questions on assessment, new teaching methods and class sizes the survey asks about the importance of “gamification” in courses, assessments “which relate to real-world experiences,” on-line or in-person classes and “earning additional certificates” to “help me differentiate myself when applying for a job”

If students rate half the ideas “very important” MU will need less review and more revolution to find the resources to implement everything.


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