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Talking Teaching is the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s university-wide Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) webinar program. It provides a forum for SCU staff and guest presenters to share insights and discuss their SoTL research or research-based practice.

The program is designed to recognise, support and promote the scholarship of teaching and scholarly approaches to teaching.

Each 1 hour lunchtime session will include a 20-25 minute presentation with time for Q&A and discussion.

Webinar time: 12-1pm AEST.

Online: Zoom or Collaborate links are made available as we progress through the progam.

Download the Talking Teaching, SoTL Webinar Program 2020 to view the full webinar program.

Upcoming webinar:

Speaker: Dr Michael Whelan, School of Environment, Science and Engineering

Topic: Embedding employability into curriculum

Webinar time: Wednesday 12 August, 12-1pm AEST.

Online via Zoom: https://scuonline.zoom.us/j/98072473810

The development of employability skills in undergraduate students is vital to ensure graduates can maintain career resilience. The development of employability skills is often embedded in the curriculum via work integrated learning (WIL) placements. It is important that students focus on their employability skills while they are completing their placement. More importantly, students need to be aware that they have the skills and know how to demonstrate to a potential employer what skills they have.

*PLEASE NOTE: The previously advertised webinar with speaker Emma Babbage for the 8th July 2020 has been rescheduled and you will be notified of the details shortly.

For more information contact: Airdre.grant@scu.edu.au

Past webinar recordings:

DateDetailsLink to recording

Lisa Jacka, School of Education and Steve Rowe, School of Business and Tourism

Teaching in the online space – Part 2


Dr Lisa Jacka, School of Education

Flexible online learning design and Covid-19


Dr Pat Gillett, School of Business and Tourism

Online Student Engagement: Examples of good practice from the UK’s Open University