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View our upcoming virtual events below. Find out more about the University’s COVID-19 response
Best Practices for Leaders and Makers in the 21st Century
Book your place now for this free series of online talks, panels and workshops, featuring leading Australian and international creatives: five days of free sessions to help you adapt, innovate and thrive!
Music Theatre Futures is a new, free event for leaders in Australian music theatre (such as producers, directors, designers, music directors, writers, educators, agents, casting directors and more), and anyone passionate about the future of the industry. The inaugural event is taking place online from 7 - 11 December 2020 and is hosted by VCA Music Theatre (Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne).
Register now for conversations, workshops and panel discussions from local and international leaders in music theatre, such as Broadway director Daniel Fish (USA), producer Michael Cassel, Artistic Director of the Sydney Festival and playwright Wesley Enoch, choreographer Leah Howard, intimacy coordinator Michala Banas, director and Head of VCA Music Theatre Tyran Parke, performer and writer Candy Bowers, Artistic Director of the Malthouse Matt Lutton, director Sherrill Gow (UK), director and writer Jayde Kirchert, and many more! They will be discussing practical ways music theatre can become more inclusive, to help make the industry and workplaces more productive, professional, innovative, creatively satisfying and transformative.
A launch for the new book, Exploring University Teaching and Learning: Experience and Context, by Keith Trigwell and Michael Prosser.
Professor Paul Ashwin will provide an introduction and Professor William Locke will chair this book launch. The authors, Keith Trigwell and Michael Prosser will discuss elements of the book’s focus on university teachers’ experience of teaching and learning.
This book focuses on university teachers’ experience of teaching and learning. Following on from the 1999 volume Understanding Learning and Teaching, which focused on student experiences of teaching and learning, this book provides guidance on how teachers’ experiences can be understood in ways which can support the continued enhancement of student learning experiences and learning outcomes.
Drawing on the outcomes of a 30-year research project, this comprehensive volume discusses the qualitative variation in approaches to university teaching, the factors associated with that variation, and how different ways of teaching are related to differences in student experiences of teaching and learning.
The authors extend the discussions of teaching into new areas, including emotions in teaching, leadership of teaching, growth as a university teacher and the contentious field of relations between teaching and research.
All registrants will receive a 20% discount from the publisher.