Satisfy your midday appetite for conversations about critical issues in education and join the Centre for Learning & Teaching (CLT) for the very first edition of the ANU Lunch Vox – a webinar series that brings together a panel of local voices to dissect and debate the hot topics in teaching and learning.
This inaugural edition is titled Radical Shifts: Teaching in a Time of Transition and in selecting this month’s panellists, we were particularly interested in knowing how they traversed the peaks and pitfalls of transitioning from one paradigm (face to face teaching) to another (remote learning).
What silver-linings did they discover? What barriers existed and how can these be overcome, if at all? Have these transitions prompted a transformation in the way our panellists teach in a more permanent way?
Professor Edie Sevick (ANU College of Science)
Dr Jenny Simmons (ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science)
Professor Samantha Bennett (ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences)
Dr Jolyon Ford (ANU College of Law)
Our panel members are drawn from different corners of the ANU community. They all have experience transitioning to remote learning in semester one, and have a wealth of anecdotes, reflections, and questions for us to ponder and deconstruct.
There will be opportunities for you to share your voice through a Q&A session with the panellists, after all, what’s a lunch vox without hearing from everyone? Reserve your seat at the table now.
The event will run for one hour.