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AITD 2019 Mark Pompei scholarship

AITD 2019 Mark Pompei scholarship is now open to students

The Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) will soon be taking applications for the 2019 Mark Pompei Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is open to candidates who are enrolled in an accredited part-time course, working towards a qualification in learning and development, including Adult Learning, Vocational Education & Training, Training & Development and similar areas.

Mentoring award for Peter Goodyear

Congratulations to Professor Peter Goodyear on his Mentoring Award

Starting 2019 with a little well-deserved good news! The CRLI co-founder, Professor Peter Goodyear, was recently notified of his selection for a Mentoring Award from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at the University of Sydney. This award, from the FASS Research Committee, recognises his excellence and enthusiasm in his ongoing support of colleagues. All of us here at CRLI would like to congratulate him and thank him for his patience, his gentle humour and willingness to share, and his genuine encouragement of others.

Collaborating to explore the future of work

University of Sydney students connect with Randstad executives to explore how future workplaces will attract tomorrow’s talent

In the new and innovative Industry and Community Project Unit (ICPU), University of Sydney students were connected with a panel of professors, Randstad executives and labour market specialists over three months to how the workplace and workforce will change to meet the expectations of the future worker. In this blogpost, published first at www.randsta

From pools to forests... and from forests to ecologies...

Presentation at BEAN (Biosciences Education Australia Network) conference, Canberra, December 2018. 

Professor Peter Reimann "From pools to forests"

Slides are here

1.Learning progressions

2.Designing assessments for learning progressions with the ECD method

3.Modelling progressions with Knowledge Space Theory

4.Students creating assessment items

Courtney Hilton "... and from forests to ecologies"

1. Some problems in higher-ed

2. How student partnerships might help

3. How we can implement some of these ideas in a principled way, supported by technologies

Slides are here.