This Teaching and Learning website provides key information and ideas about teaching at the University of Tasmania. This site provides information, ideas and examples of MyLO use for teaching and learning in the context of the different elements of learning design. For an introduction to MyLO as a system, including information about its functions and how to use its tools, please MyLO Staff Resources page . To access step-by-step guides to using MyLO tools, use the MyLO Staff Resources LOR to search using key words.
If you are looking for information about workshops and events for University of Tasmania staff, please visit the Professional Learning intranet site (University staff access only).
Elements of learning design
Planning for teaching requires a range of skills and understandings. These pages focus on each of the main aspects of quality delivery of a unit of study.
This section provides information about the core principles and frameworks that guide teaching practice at UTAS, including approaches to Evaluating Teaching.
This section explains more about how and why Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) are the most important part of any learning design. It also provides a guide to (re)writing them for your unit.
This section provides information and ideas about assessment from underlying principles, to planning, to reporting on grades. Some key pages include minimising plagiarism and writing assessment criteria.
Learning activities and delivery modes
This section includes a number of examples of learning activities which can be used regardless of the mode and location of delivery.
Content and learning resources
This section addresses the selection and creation of high quality resources, including the need to ensure Accessibility.
Where, how, and when communication occurs in a unit can have a significant impact on the student experience. This section includes access to the Unit Outline Proforma, as well as information about MyLO sites.
Review and Recognition
There are many opportunities for continuing professional learning in the area of teaching, including self and peer review of teaching design and delivery, and involvement in learning and teaching projects. There are also a number of different ways in which contributions to quality teaching and support for learning are given formal recognition. The sections listed below provide information and ideas about how you can become involved.
Teaching Awards (University staff only)
An integrated approach to reward, recognise and develop staff contributions to learning and teaching.
A rubric with quality standards, a program of professional development, and a peer review process.