CASS in collaboration with CLT hosted the 2023 Teaching and Learning Showcase on Thursday 29 June. The event celebrates the amazing work our staff have done within and outside of the classroom to engage students and enhance their learning. This year, we delve into the cutting-edge world of education, shining a spotlight on the challenges and opportunities presented by AI, creative assessment design, and non-traditional teaching methods.

Below is the full program for the 2023 CASS Teaching and Learning Day.

Recordings are available in each post. 

Thursday, 29 June 2023, 10:00am – 2:30pm

10:00am to 10:30am – | Opening and WelcomeWelcome activity

Welcome address by Associate Professor Geoff Hinchcliffe and Associate Professor Lucy Neave

10:30am – 11:30am | Grant Recipients

Moderated by Colin Klein

Indigenous Australian Perspectives in Practice

Sarah-Jane Burton and Julieanne Lamond. Often when discussions take place around embedding Indigenous knowledges and perspectives into curricula, educators think ...
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Rethinking delivery of Printmedia and Drawing with ANU MakerSpace

Rebecca Mayo. Our project aimed to improve our existing collaborative and student-led teaching framework between Printmedia students and the ANU MakerSpace through the production of a series of ...
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SLLL Embedding Indigenous Knowledges and Perspectives in the Curriculum Working Group

Julieanne Lamond & Susy Macqueen This presentation will outline the approach taken by a group in SLLL which has been ...
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11:30am – 12:30pm | Stories from the frontline

Moderated by Helen Keane

Unessays – a practical guide

Carly Schuster The emergence of chatbots has sparked renewed debates about “the death” of essay-based assessments. And yet existing pedagogical ...
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Rethinking the essay in Literary Studies: working with, against and around ChatGPT.

Russell Smith This semester I taught a course on Literary Theory that uses, as its primary text for analysis, Mary ...
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Incorporating ChatGPT into teaching and assessment

Daniel Casey ChatGPT has the potential to be a major disruptor both to teaching/learning/assessment, but also in our respective industries ...
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Adam Masters – Video presentation

Adam Masters Innovative Assessment Speaker bio Dr Adam Masters lectures in criminology for the Centre for Social Research and Methods at ...
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12:30pm – 1:15 pm | Lunch

Feel free to stay on the Zoom chat or reflect on the mornings session using our Padlet.


1.15pm – 2:30pm | CLT Presentation

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 ...
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