A Learning & Teaching Transformation Project

Connected Learning at Scale (CLaS) is a Business School strategic priority that aims to transform the teaching and learning experience in our large cohort units. The project is led by Associate Professor Peter Bryant and his recent blog post series introduces his philosophical reasoning and the complex ecosystem underpinning the project’s design. The Business Co-designContinue reading “A Learning & Teaching Transformation Project”

Co-Design Research Group – year in review

As the end of the year approaches, we look back at the events and contributions of our membership to transforming education and the student experience in business. This year our membership grew to 63 members from across the Business School and beyond. As a collective, we have achieved a variety of outputs from journal articles (circaContinue reading “Co-Design Research Group – year in review”

Waterfalls, wineries and wisdom

I’ve finally broken the conference drought. Well of course there’s been lots of online conference attendance these past few years, but networking in the coffee queue, laughs over lunch and dancing at the conference dinner have been well missed. So given the opportunity to take a small plane to Armidale for the annual ASCILITE conferenceContinue reading “Waterfalls, wineries and wisdom”

And that’s a wrap

The 3rd Annual Learning and Teaching Forum at the University of Sydney Business School concluded last week (18 Nov). Here’s a summary of the day and a taster for next year’s Forum. The morning began with a rousing keynote address from Dr Amanda White, Associate Head (Education) of Accounting at UTS Business School. Her talkContinue reading “And that’s a wrap”

Evaluation for Learning

Evaluation is a loaded term. Some see it solely from a judgment perspective and disdain the process. Others see it from a learning perspective and welcome it.  Evaluation comes in all shapes and sizes. Depending on our approach, and perhaps shaped by our disciplinary perspectives, we tend to determine how and whether (if at all)Continue reading “Evaluation for Learning”

Developing a Typology of Online Business Education Designs

Many universities had to pivot their teaching into an online space in response to the COVID-19 health crisis in 2020. In fact they may have had to repeat this pivot again and again depending on their location. How can we leverage the lessons learned from our design and redesign of these spaces to provide superiorContinue reading “Developing a Typology of Online Business Education Designs”

Contemporary University Teaching – Networked and Supported

Dr Lilia Mantai and A/Prof Elaine Huber talk to us about a research project they conducted at Sydney University Business School on experiential learning in large classes. Lilia is the Academic Lead, course enhancement at the Business School and Elaine is the Academic Director of the Business Co-Design team. What motivated you to pursue thisContinue reading “Contemporary University Teaching – Networked and Supported”