Welcome to our Learning Intranet. Specifically designed for our teaching and learning community, the Learning Intranet is your gateway to staff development opportunities, teaching technologies, student preparation for courses and expert advice.
For Academic Staff
Our teachers are enthusiastic, are interested in their teaching and create positive and engaging classroom environments. They bring high academic qualifications and industry experience to each class. The way they teach fosters students' intellectual and personal growth.
For Sessional Staff
As a sessional staff member you bring recent industry experience teaching at ECU. You are an integral component of student learning. Your teaching promotes student engagement with the discipline and with the community.
For General Staff
We place a very high value on the knowledge, skills and contributions of our general staff. You are an important member of our staff and an integral part of our collaborative endeavours to constantly improve our organisation.
You are invited to attend a workshop conducted by WAND : Applying for a Teaching Award facilitated by Dr Allan Goody from Curtin University
This workshop is for any staff considering applying for a teaching award.
Presentation by Associate Professor Betty Leask : Internationalisation of the curriculum in theory and practice
You are invited to attend a presentation by Associate Professor Betty Leask : Internationalisation of the curriculum in theory and practice
The Perth Convention Bureau’s annual Professional Development Awards are part of the Bureau’s Aspire Program in which ECU participate.
You are invited to attend the Aspire Program Workshop on Friday 25th January which will assist you in submitting your application for the Professional Development Award 2013. For further information download the two PDF’s.
CSaLT Seminar/Workshop - "Digital technologies supporting children with disabilities and challenging behaviours"
Kate and Kevin will present their work on EPSS (Electronic Performance Support Systems) for children with disabilities and challenging behaviours in multiple environments and multimedia case-based learning to prepare teachers to work with these children. While appropriate for all, their work has focused mainly on effective practices and technology applications for supporting children with disabilities and challenging behaviours.
As you are aware, C2012 is gaining momentum and it is now time to step back and review our progress and where we need to focus energy to achieve its outcomes.
We have therefore secured the services of Larry Quick from Resilient Futures to provide a series of workshops to produce a clear statement that identifies our alignment to the value proposition underlying C2012, the current state of C2012, the opportunities and risks that C2012 is facing, the capabilities that will or may be needed to deliver C2012, and actions that need to be taken to ensure its success at every level.
The Centre for Learning and Development would like to invite you to the Sessional Staff Professional Development Day being held on the 31st of March on the Joondalup campus in building 21 (level 2). This will be a morning of tailored development, the opportunity to participate in discussions, to network, and enjoy morning tea and lunch with other sessional staff.
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