Teaching with technology is a core component of contemporary teaching. It requires both an understanding of pedagogical approaches and the affordances of technology. Learning Environments’ skilled learning specialists are able to assist in these areas.
Technology enhanced learning framework
The technology enhanced learning (TEL) framework provides guidelines for the development of the online component of subjects. It is a starting point for thinking about course redesign or approaches in developing a new subject.
Using video in teaching and learning
Producing a video can be a daunting task. Let us help you select the best style of video production for your purpose, creating a better video resource to enhance student learning.
Teaching with the LMS
For specific LMS teaching and learning resources on how teaching, learning and assessment can be supported via the LMS.
Melbourne Centre Study of Higher Education
Melbourne Centre Study of Higher Education (MCSHE) also provides a rich set of resources that support teaching and learning.
Online assessment options for during and end of semester
Using Lecture Capture and Zoom for online classes
Advice for online and flexible learning for 2021
Advice on enhancing the quality of teaching in 2021 based on experiences from past semesters.
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Dual delivery - including blended synchronous learning (BSL)
Dual delivery subjects are subjects are taught in two modes: blended delivery for students who can attend campus, and entirely online delivery for students who cannot attend campus.
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Teaching, learning and assessment with technology
Teaching with technology can enhance the student experience. Technology has become an expected way students will access subject content, subjects messaging, online activities, assessment details and assessment submission. Navigating how best to use technology to meet students needs and expectations is where Learning Environments is here to help.
Technology enhanced learning (TEL) refers to the technologies and methods used to solve educational teaching problems and achieve teaching and learning goals. Learning Environments, in consultation with Melbourne Centre Study of Higher Education (MCSHE) and others within the University, have created a TEL framework to guide the use of teaching with technology to meet educational needs. Based in research the TEL framework can be used as self-guided aid or a starter for consultations about subject redesign with Learning Environments.
Learning Environments has a skilled team of learning designers and teaching and learning consultants. This team are available to consult with you on technology options for your subject’s learning design, assessment needs or any enhancement you are considering to improve students' learning outcomes or your own teaching experience.
- Teaching and learning advice on converting subjects to fully online
- Moving to more student centred and active learning approaches in the LMS
- Redesign of your LMS subjects for an intensive delivery, including video in your subject
- Tailored responses to meeting your online assessment needs.
Learning Environments provides support for the writing of Learning and Teaching Initiatives (LTI) applications, as well as projects that have been funded under FlexAP.
Accessing support for teaching, learning and assessment with technology: