Teaching & Learning

Professional Development and Events

The Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT) provides a comprehensive schedule of teaching & learning workshops and events.

Please watch this site for future events. Event details are updated regularly.

Please note that registrations for most events close two (2) business days prior. If you are interested in registering after this time, please contact the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching at tilt.enquiries@utas.edu.au.

If you have any difficulty registering please call (03) 6226 7251, or email tilt.enquiries@utas.edu.au.


Come Walk With Us

Cradle Coast:  5 September, 13.30-16.30
Venue: B110

Email Mikayla.Schleich@utas.edu.au to register

Launceston: 19 September, 10.00-13.00
Venue: Flexible Learning Space, Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre

Email Marcia.Humble@utas.edu.au to register

Hobart: 26 September, 10.00-13.00
Venue: Room 107, Riawunna

Email Erin.Lucas@utas.edu.au to register 

As part of Strength in Diversity month we are offering staff and students the opportunity to attend Come Walk with Us - an Aboriginal cultural awareness walk through Tasmania's history.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Day

Hobart: 1 October, 10.00-18.00
Venue: Riawunna Centre (Sandy Bay Campus) and TMAG (Dunn Place)
Cost:  $66.00 for teachers

Email Lauren.Gower@utas.edu.au to register and make payment by 10 September 2014.

TMAG will provide a Teacher Professional Enrichment Session, including a guided tour of the two award winning exhibitions - ningina tunapry, and Our land: parrawa, parrawa! Go away!

Riawunna Centre will address AITSL standards 1.4 and 2.4; connect with local education initiatives and current research; and provide primary and secondary teaching resources.

The Key Note speaker is Tony Dreise.  Tony descends from the Guumilroi people of N-W New South Wales and S-W Queensland.  He is currently Principal Research Fellow, Indigenous Education, at ACER.  He will speak about the current situation of education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: what the evidence tells us is working and improving, and what needs to change.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Day Flyer pdf


If you are new to using MyLO or would like to talk to someone about how MyLO can be used to improve your students' study experience or even how you can deliver a unit fully online, you can talk to a member of the Education Development Team in TILT, or an Educational Developer from your Faculty or Department.

If you have a group of colleagues that feel there is a need for a workshop or you would like to discuss the opportunity of having a workshop conducted within your School/Faculty – please email TILT.ED@utas.edu.au.

For general enquiries please phone (03) 6226 7251 or email TILT Enquiries.