"In an era of technological disruption and digitally-enhanced educational delivery, good teaching is ever so important" - Professor Paul Kofman, Dean Faculty of Business and Economics
Blended Subject Services
The WCLA team is available to work with lecturers wishing to adopt blended teaching strategies.
WCLA staff are available for individual consultations to faculty and to teaching fellows.
A practical and useful program for all tutors, focusing on teaching principles, active engagement, practice, peer observation, targeted workshops and the experiences of senior tutors.
Peer Review Scheme
Peer evaluation of teaching such as in-class observations is increasingly seen as an important tool for improving learning and teaching quality.
Teaching our Chinese Students
These seminars seek to provide academics with a deeper understanding of Chinese names and the culture that influences classroom behaviors and levels of engagement.
Workshop & Seminar Resources
View some of the slides from our past workshops including the domestic and international visitor series.
Good Teaching Series
The Good Teaching Series showcases innovative teaching practices used by our academics to better engage with students and better teach. Read more and get inspired!
Stories of Innovative Teaching Practices
Lecturers from across the Faculty of Business and Economics continue to lead with innovative and engaging teaching practice.
Managing and Supporting Tutors in the FBE
Future Academics Support and Training (FAST) Guides
Read the FAST guides to hone the skills that will kick-start your academic career.
Student Assessment and Feedback
The University of Melbourne Assessment Policy provides guidance on ways to evaluate students and provide feedback to them.
Using Technology to Teach
The use of Internet tools and technology resources as ways of improving the engagement in delivery is a common phenomenon in teaching and learning.
A comprehensive reading list.
Organising Quick Polls
Staff have premium access to Poll Everywhere, an online tool that allows users to create and collect responses to poll questions or activities.
Melbourne CSHE Resources
Resources available from the Melbourne Centre for Higher Education
Using a range of teaching and learning activities can help to better engage students and encourage a deeper learning approach.
Online Course Development
Online Course Development is a process that requires a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to work with an expert in Learning Design to re-frame a subject’s offering for the online arena.
Case studies are an increasingly important pedagogy in teaching.
Funding is available to provide financial support to facilitate teaching innovations, teaching professional development and research.
Find a list of current and past funding recipients.
Melbourne Business and Economics Journal List 2018
Melbourne Business and Economics Journal List 2018
Find out about domestic and international awards on offer.
Faculty Teaching Awards
The faculty recognises the diverse facets of teaching through five teaching excellence awards.
University Teaching Awards
The University of Melbourne recognises the outstanding achievements of staff through the Melbourne Teaching Excellence Awards.
National Teaching Awards
The Australian Government offers various national teaching excellence awards.
International Teaching Awards
Outstanding teachers are recognised internationally.
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From this page you will be able to navigate the range of teaching support services offered by the Williams Centre for Learning Advancement, Melbourne CSHE, the Learning Management System, Learning Environments and The University Library.
- Pedagogy: Creating a Learning Space
A range of resources designed to assist tutors navigate blended learning and improve teaching quality across tutorials and lectures.Explore Resources
- Providing Assessment and Feedback
Explore resources to support designing subject curriculum as well as structuring, managing and marking assessments.Explore Resources
- Engaging Students
A variety of resources designed to increase student engagement through a range of methods including technology, group assignments and games.Explore Resources
- Utilising Teaching Resources
Access support for online services and software and explore library, media and analytics resources.Explore Resources
- Personal Evaluation
Resources to support academics personally evaluate and strengthen their teaching.Explore Resources
- Formalised Learning Options
Formalised learning options to improve teaching including tertiary management, clinical teaching and professional development.Explore Resources
WCLA Workshop Calendar
The Williams Center for Learning Advancement runs a range of workshops to support FBE tutors in their role. From this page you can navigate the various workshop by month.
Date Workshop N.A N.A
Date Workshop Register Sep 04 Evaluating Teaching and Learning Sep 06 Designing Online Discussion Forums Sep 10 Using Analytics in Your Teaching: Advanced Techniques Sep 10-12 Pronunciation Proficiency Sep 20 Teaching Innovative Practices (TIPs) Masterclass Sep 25 Managing team-based Assessment
Date Workshop Register Nov 07 Rethinking your teaching space Nov 08 The Flipped Classroom in FBE Nov 12 Small Steps to Blending Your Subject Nov 14 Large Class Teaching (Lectures and Seminars) Nov 22 Support Group Assessment Tasks with Online Tools: Workshop Nov 27 Learning Through Business Games Nov 28 Why you would want to flip your classroom, how to make it work and
potential traps to avoid
Nov 29 Support Group Assessment Tasks with Online Tools: Hands-on Workshop
Date Workshop Register Dec 4 Embedding Simulations into Your Teaching using Library Resources
The Williams Centre for Learning Advancement (WCLA) will focus on developing the learning associated with a shift towards new teaching pedagogy for our staff.
Inspired by Professor Williams who was a faculty leader at the forefront of change management and teaching advancement: the centre again hopes to steer the Faculty through major pedagogical changes, including the incorporation of information technology in teaching and learning. Our aim is to have the centre be the first point of call for teaching development needs for FBE staff and provided customised solutions when needed. Our long term aim is to improve the learning experience for the staff and students and maximise student learning outcomes.
WCLA also supports the Faculty of Business and Economics in its Assurance of Learning process that is designed to ensure that student learning outcomes are achieved.