These 2-hour workshops are free to all Faculty of Education students.
Bookings are essential
- Academic Skills Refresher
This workshop is for students who have studied in the Faculty for at least 1 semester. In this workshop, we will revisit effective strategies for planning, structuring, and writing various genres of assignments. We will also revisit the APA 6th referencing style and common referencing errors.
- Learning in Australian Universities
This workshop is designed for new students, particularly students who are also new to Australia. In this workshop, we will explore the Australian higher education system, particularly focussing on the need for independent learning and critical thinking.
- Reading Critically and Effectively
This workshop is designed for students at any year of study. Reading critically and effectively is essential to produce high quality assignments in Education. In this workshop, we will examine strategies to transition from passive reading to productive and critical reading. We also explore strategies for effective note-taking.
- Writing Assignments in Education (Part 1): Planning and Structuring
This workshop is designed for students at any year of study. In this workshop, we will focus on planning, drafting, structuring, and writing assignments. We will examine common errors and ways to produce high-quality assignments in Education.
- Writing Assignments in Education (Part 2): Referencing and Making Your Work Original
This workshop is designed for students at any year of study. In this workshop, we will review the APA 6th referencing style, focussing on the technicalities of referencing correctly and common errors to avoid. We will also examine ways of using other authors’ ideas using effective paraphrasing and summarising.
- Visual Assignment Modes
This workshop is designed for students at any year of study. In this workshop, we explore
Who to contact?
To enquire about the above workshops, please contact the Academic Language Advisor:
Clayton: LTB, Level 1
Peninsula: Room A4.10
Phone: +61 3 990 52848
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