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New Staff

The Centre for Teaching and Learning has a number of strategies available to support all new academic staff, continuing and casual.

This four-hour workshop is designed to specifically help engage with a new teaching environment and introduce the systems, supports and resources available at SCU. This is an opportunity to meet other new academic staff and future colleagues.

All academic staff including casual staff are invited to attend. The workshop includes opportunities to:

  • learn about available resources and supports for teaching at SCU
  • network with SCU colleagues
  • engage in discussion about teaching and learning issues
  • access the Foundations of University Teaching Practice (FUTP) online modules.

Please register via MyHR. Once logged in, on the top menu bar click on Talent > Training & Courses > Requested Courses.

Click +Add and Search for all Scheduled Courses. Select the New to Teaching @ SCU workshop you wish to attend and click Apply.

Once you have registered for the New to Teaching @ SCU workshop, you will receive information via email about accessing the Foundations of University Teaching Practice online modules. This program is a flexible professional learning opportunity designed to improve your teaching and learning practice, enhance the learning experiences of your students, and fit in with your busy career.

If you wish to register for the New to Teaching @ SCU workshop, but you do not have a current MyHR log-in, please contact ctl@scu.edu.au to register.

This is a new, flexible professional learning opportunity designed to improve your teaching and learning practice, enhance the learning experiences of your students, and fit in your busy career.

All new SCU staff within their first three years of teaching are invited to enrol in the Foundations of University Teaching Practice (FUTP) program offered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL). This program will also be of interest to experienced staff seeking fresh inspiration, particularly in relation to teaching in the online environment.

The next program – to be advised.

 For further information visit Foundations of University Teaching Practice.

Welcome to SCU

Welcome to the SCU teaching and learning  community.  We know starting at  an institution can be daunting and confusing and it can be hard to find your way around. We have compiled a list of handy links to help you get to know SCU, orient yourself, and find the support systems, people and structures and more, that will frame your working life at SCU.

A brief history of SCU
Glossary of Terms
The Southern Cross University Handbook
Graduate attributes
Governance and management structures at SCU
Policies relevant to teaching and learning
SCU College
Learning and teaching and the University’s Strategic Plan
Community engaged learning
Live Ideas
Getting connected to relevant IT systems at SCU

Support services relevant to teaching and learning

The Centre for Teaching and Learning is here to directly support effective teaching at SCU. Here are links of supports that are available to help you develop and enhance your teaching practice and work with students.

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Academic Practice
Academic Skills
Digital Resources
Teaching with Technology

Copyright
Equity and Diversity Office
Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples
Indigenous Australia Student Services (IASS)
Technology Services
SCU International
Library Services
Student Administration Services
Student Health and Wellbeing
UniLife

New to Teaching @ SCU Workshop

The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) welcomes staff new to SCU. We are here to support and encourage new staff as they orientate themselves to SCU. To assist, we run online workshops prior to Sessions, designed specifically to help staff learn how to work effectively in a new teaching environment. The last New to Teaching @ SCU Workshop was held on the 29th June 2020. Future workshop details will be posted here and emails will be sent to notify staff of upcoming workshops.