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The end of lectures?

The research in learning and teaching shows clearly that didactic teaching and passive reception do not result in deep, lasting or meaningful learning for most students. Yet we persist with lecturing at students in large groups in most universities. Worse, ...

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Is it time for disruption in tertiary education?

While the world is changing faster than ever, innovation in tertiary education is occurring slowly. Australia is facing an increasingly troubling mismatch between what students and employers need, and what our tertiary education sector is offering. Australia’s tertiary education sector ...

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New look for Charles Sturt, Victoria universities

Rebranding can be tricky. Many university heads feel it’s a necessary next step to attract new students and refine the institution’s messaging, but they run the risk of irking the current student body. Western Sydney University saw this first hand ...

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