Welcome to the Centre for Learning and Development Learning intranet. Designed for our teaching and learning community, the Learning intranet is your gateway to professional development opportunities, teaching technologies, and expert advice.
Support and resources
We place a high value on our staff communities. You will find a variety of resources and sources of support in the following pages to help you in your ongoing professional development.
A new resource has been developed to support an effective peer review in your classroom. See Student peer review.
We provide you with opportunities to participate in a broad range of professional development training, workshops and online courses. You will gain the insights necessary for personal and professional success whilst working with us.
CLD is offering some new and exciting programs to complement our current offerings. This combination will provide opportunities for the development of management and leadership capabilities to all management levels, from those aspiring to supervise to current mid-level managers including ME and LEAP graduates. This information session will outline current and new options available for 2014.
(October 7th, 2013) Sharing OLT learning and teaching Grant and Fellowship outcomes and ideas to engage and inspire. A forum for all staff in West Australian universities to, discover what’s happening in OLT grants and fellowships in WA, disseminate the outcomes of current or completed grants or fellowships, and network with colleagues interested in OLT grants or fellowships.
(2nd October, 2013) The latest agreement between ECU and NTUE known as the Edith Cowan University Academic and Professional Staff Union Collective Agreement 2013 provides an excellent outcome for professional staff development with a $200,000 fund per annum for the duration of the agreement. The purpose of the fund is to allow further development of Professional Staff, that will be of mutual benefit to ECU and the staff member.
The Centre for Learning and Development undertake a wide range of research and development projects that are oriented towards the improvement and refining of all academic faculties and curriculum at our University.
We regard the quality of teaching as one of our main strengths and we value the contribution from our academic and professional staff members. As a result we actively support recognition for the outstanding quality of work achieved by our staff.Additionally, as an academic staff member, you may be eligible for a teaching and learning award.