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Ruth Crick, Professor of Learning Analytics & Educational Leadership

Ruth Crick is now Professor of Learning Analytics & Educational Leadership at UTS. In an exciting appointment to the School of Education, in close collaboration with CIC, Ruth will now be spending half of her life here in Sydney, balanced with work based in the UK. The School of Education announcement sums it up very well: "Many of you will already be aware of Ruth’s international reputation in dispositional learning analytics - she is one of the creators of the self-assessment learni...
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Work Integrated Learning and External Partnerships: Let’s go “WILD”! | 7 October

Hot Topic Theme: Work Integrated Learning and External Partnerships Are you looking for a resource to help your students reflect, plan and improve upon their work experience during their WIL experience? Are you interested in measuring the success of your WIL programme? This webinar presents a purpose-driven, self-reflective tool to self-assess professional practice capabilities while measuring individual and group changes over the course of a WIL programme. WILD Learning from the UK has partnere...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 14 December

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 9 Nov

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 12 Oct

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 14 Sep

About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just for students, but are vital for our...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 10 Aug

UTS Learning Journeys PDF Slides About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just f...
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Building lifelong learning dispositions using the ‘Learning Journeys’ approach and platform | 8 Jun

UTS Learning Journeys PDF Slides About this Event At UTS we place particular value on equipping students with skills and dispositions not only for academic success, but for success in the workplace and lifelong learning. Those qualities will be familiar to many of you, but can be hard to get a grip on as a learner, or educator (e.g. students’ appetite for uncertainty; level of curiosity; openness to being stretched out of your comfort zone; readiness to seek help). These qualities aren’t just f...
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Scaling up “Learning Power” for students and staff

How well do you cope with uncertainty and ambiguity? Do you need a language to think about your readiness? We’re scaling up support resources for the Learning Journeys tool. Previous stories have given updates on the Learning Journeys tool, deployed at UTS as part of the long term research program led by Ruth Crick on “learning dispositions”. As the CIC research project page explains:  “Learning Dispositions are attracting significant attention within educational research, and refer to the hab...
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Summer@UTS – Building your resilience for complexity

A WORKSHOP FOR UTS STUDENTS Coaches: Simon Buckingham Shum & Ruth Deakin Crick This half-day workshop will provide hands-on experience for you to take the CLARA survey and reflect on how you can get better at grappling with complex learning that takes you out of your comfort zone.   Learn more about the UTS:CIC research and evaluation program into CLARA. Summer@UTS: Building your resilience for complexity from Simon Buckingham Shum
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