Making the most of on-campus learning

Ange Stoddard, Melinda Drummond and April Chan.
Lecture attendance and engagement is a challenge for all of us. Join us for an interactive workshop exploring how to motivate students to attend class and how to make the most of that time for their learning. We will share strategies and examples of how to promote active, engaged, and collaborative learning experiences, and hear your ideas about how to put this into practice in your discipline.” 

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Speaker bio
Ange Stoddard (she/her) is a Senior Education Designer at the Centre for Learning and Teaching, currently leading a new workstream that will focus on supporting educators to implement active learning approaches. She recently returned to the ANU after several years working at Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre – in various roles spanning the delivery, development, evaluation, and leadership of local and national STEM learning programs. She received a University Medal for her Honours degree in molecular plant biology at the ANU/CSIRO, where she first discovered her passion in learning and teaching working as a lab demonstrator and peer-assisted learning mentor. 

April Chan is an Education Designer who recently joined the Centre for Learning and Teaching team at ANU. Coming from a teaching background, she has gained valuable insights through diverse experiences in various educational settings, including secondaryschools, university preparation programs, and vocational training sector. Recognising her passion for learning design, April assumed the role of Learning Designer at UQ College and supported educators in developing both asynchronous and synchronous learning programs. Currently, April collaborates with educators and colleagues from the Centre for Learning and Teaching team to design innovative and authentic learning experiences that enhance the quality of teaching and learning.

Melinda Drummond is an Education Designer at the Centre for Learning and Teaching.  At the ANU, Melinda has supported learning and teaching through various education design projects involving the digital learning environment, active learning strategies, creation of interactive learning modules and delivering workshops on learning and teaching related topics. Current projects are focussed on supporting assessment design. Previously a high school teacher, Melinda values the opportunity to support staff at ANU to explore approaches that are aimed at engaging a diverse range of students in learning.


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