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The Centre for Learning and Teaching supports the development of excellence in teaching and learning at ECU by working collaboratively with both individual staff members and course teaching teams: we will support you to engage your students in active and meaningful learning in your blended and online delivery; we will help you learn and use innovative technology solutions that meet your pedagogical needs; and, we will assist you to implement curriculum changes in individual units and whole programs.
Our consultative approach ensures sustainability of practice: we listen, question, encourage, and advise staff so that you develop confidence and capability in your own approach to enhancing student learning through design and delivery.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a learning experience that allows students to develop their skills in the workplace. Students apply the knowledge and practical skills developed in the classroom to a professional environment relevant to their area of study.
Academic Literacy refers to a range of skills, practices, knowledge and attitudes that are required to participate meaningfully in academic study and research.
Internationalisation integrates global and intercultural perspectives into the functions of the University and assists ECU to be internationally competitive and enable students and staff to be recognized as “globally-aware citizens”.
This section provides ideas, resources and avenues for support for the first of these two ways; i.e. embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the curriculum.
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