The Development of Teaching Skills to Support Active Learning in University Science (ALIUS)
MetadataShow full item record
This paper describes an Australian Learning and Teaching Council funded project for which Learning Design is encompassed in the broadest sense. ALIUS (Active Learning In University Science) takes the design of learning back to the learning experiences created for students. ALIUS is not about designing a particular activity, or subject, or course, but rather the development of a method, or process, by which we have re-designed the way in which learning occurs in large university classrooms world wide.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Effective online learning experiences: exploring potential relationships between Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) learning environments and adult learners’ motivation, multiple intelligences, and learning stylesScott, Donald E. (2009)This study was a 360 degree exploration of the effectiveness of online learning experiences facilitated via Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) by incorporating the insights afforded by students, their lecturers, and the ...
Expectations of the Generation NeXt in Higher Education: Learning Engagement Approaches in Information Sciences SubjectsGütl, C.; Chang, Vanessa; Cheong, C.; Cheong, C.; Nau, S; Cheong, F.; Cheong, F.; Pirker, J.; Pirker, J. (2015)New learning tools, media and technologies, such as computer games, mobile devices, web services and social media, have improved the way learners learn and interact to acquire knowledge and skills. Recent generation of ...
Evaluation of a University Physics Studio Learning Environment: The Interrelationships of Students' Perceptions, Epistemological Beliefs and Cognitive Outcomes.Yeo, Shelley R. (2002)Physics learning has been the focus of much research over the last few decades. One line of such research has had knowledge about physics conceptual understanding as its object. Conceptual physics learning is found to be ...