Plenary Panel: The Future of Teaching and Learning at ANU
Chaired by Professor Grady Venville, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education)
This is an exciting time for teaching and learning at ANU, with new teaching spaces offering an opportunity to re-think how we approach education. This interactive panel discussion will debate the key issues facing teaching staff at ANU and across higher education. This session will include innovative academics from across the university along with Professor Venville, and discuss the opportunities, challenges, and futures for technology-enhanced learning and teaching — and beyond.
Professor Grady Venville
As Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education) at the Australian National University, Professor Grady Venville has executive responsibility for special educational initiatives within the academic portfolio. Professor Venville is supported in this role by the Centre for Higher Education Learning and Teaching (CHELT) and ANU Online and she is chair of the University Teaching and Learning Development Committee.
Professor Venville has a Bachelor of Science and a Graduate Diploma of Education from the University of Western Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Science Education (Distinction) and PhD in Science Education from Curtin University. Career highlights have included a post-doctoral appointment at King’s College London; being appointed the inaugural Professor of Science Education in 2007, and Dean of Coursework Studies in 2013, at the University of Western Australia; and a three-year appointment to the Australian Research Council College of Experts. Professor Venville’s research in science education focuses on conceptual development, curriculum integration and cognitive acceleration. Grady has made a lifelong commitment to teaching and education. A central belief underpinning everything she does is that high quality education is critical not only for human development but also for a healthy and peaceful society.
We are very excited to welcome Professor Venville to TELFest and hope you can join us in the session! Please subscribe to stay updated about registration and future speaker announcements.
Submit your ideas!
Call for participation is open till 31 July 2018. We are seeking submissions from staff across ANU to present at the event this November in a range of formats. We welcome submissions on any topics that relate to teaching innovation and technology at ANU. For more information, please see our previous post here.