The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Forum themed 'Exploring the Intersection of Technologies and Effective Teaching: Innovations and Insights in Tertiary Education' was held on Tuesday 26 September on campus and live streamed from Footscray Park.
The program featured:
- a keynote address by Professor Margaret Bearman
- 5 focused presentations
- 5 workshops
- a combined poster session with the Research Festival (new in 2023).
We are excited to announce this year’s Forum keynote address will be delivered by Professor Margaret Bearman, Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Deakin University.
Professor Bearman’s keynote titled Tertiary education for a world with artificial intelligence will be held in person at Footscray Park and live streamed on Tuesday 26 September.
This keynote explores how teaching and learning in tertiary education may need to adapt to an increasingly technology dependent world. In a time when generative AI has hit the headlines, we may need to shift our emphasis towards orienting students to quality through meaningful interactions. A range of strategies will be proposed that will help students learn to work in an increasingly complex digitally-mediated world.
Margaret Bearman is a Research Professor within the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), Deakin University. She has a first-class honours degree in computer science and a PhD in medical education. Margaret has taught and researched higher and professional education for over two decades. She is known for her work in assessment design, feedback in clinical environments, simulation, and digital education.
Twitter handle: @margaret_bea