Science & Engineering Tutorial Training

Course description

This workshop is for staff new to teaching in Science and Engineering. It provides an introduction to how students learn, what the responsibilities of the tutor are and how the tutor can generate an environment that supports student learning.

This is a two part course:

  • Part 1 is an online topic via FLO. Link and login details will be sent via email when you enrol for this course.
  • Part 2 is the face-to-face workshop.
  • Registering for Part 1 and Part 2 will require a Flinders login (FAN). If you don't have one, please contact debbie.macpherson@flinders.edu.au and alternative arrangements will be organised.

Completion of Part 1 online is a prerequisite for attendance at Part 2.

Please note other recommended workshops for Sessional Staff at Flinders University:

Type of course

Workshop

Presenters

Debbie Macpherson
College of Science and Engineering

Who should attend

Sessional staff who teach in small group interactive sessions such as tutorials, workshops, or IT-based laboratories, are required to deliver occasional lectures and/or those who are interested in strategies that will help them provide targeted support to a diverse group of students.

What you will learn

  • Administrative requirements
  • the role and responsibilities of a tutor
  • how to promote and support student learning in tutorial or IT-based classes
  • the role of assessment and feedback in student learning
  • Pastoral care responsibilities

Upcoming events

No upcoming events


Please remember if you can't attend a course anymore please unenrol yourself or move to the waiting list so others can attend.

Waiting list

To be notified of upcoming events, you can add your name to the waiting list.