Students as Change Agents in Learning and Teaching (SCALT) 2018
12 September, 2017 (staff)
Do you know a student who could make a difference at Murdoch? Students will again have an opportunity to propose an innovative project idea in learning and teaching at Murdoch.
Once selected, Change Agents will be empowered to take the lead in a project of their choice that explores solutions to create change in learning and teaching practice at Murdoch.
See this year’s SCALT projects at: http://our.murdoch.edu.au/Educational-Development/SCALT-2017/
Eligible Murdoch students are invited to submit Expressions of Interest (EOIs) by Monday 16 October. Short listed EOIs will be invited to submit full proposals, which are due on Monday 27 November. Successful proposals will outline how their innovation can be embedded at Murdoch.
Projects will address learning and teaching topics that are educational priorities at Murdoch in 2018.
Change Agents will be funded to disseminate their work by presenting the outcomes of their project at Murdoch and an Australian based learning and teaching event. Students will also receive a small honorarium for their effort and contribution.
Pop-up Information Table
Potential applicants are invited to drop in to the information table to be held in the Library Foyer at the PASS tables in the week 2-6 October, times as follows:
Monday 2 October, 1.30-3.30pm
Tuesday 3 October, 9.00-10.00am
Wednesday 4 October, 9.00-10.00am
Thursday 5 October, 12.30-2.30pm
Friday 6 October, 9.00-10.00am
For more information please contact Denyse MacNish in the Centre for University Learning and Teaching D.Macnish@murdoch.edu.au.