MELT for scaffolding competency: 4th Webinar in advance of I-MELT

Join presenters from Victorian Institutions for a webinar on using the MELT (Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching) for Scaffolding Competency in contexts as varied as the Nursing Handover and learning in mathematics. This is the fourth webinar on the series on the various uses of the Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching www.melt.edu.au

Short papers from the I-MELT conference website on this topic are available:

In a mathematics context   https://www.adelaide.edu.au/rsd/i-melt/papers/#Vervoorst

In a nursing handover context   https://reskidev.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/clinical-handover4oct17.pdf

In a Curriculum Renewal context: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/rsd/i-melt/papers/TorresIMELT2017paper.pdf

Reading the abstracts of these in advance will be a great warm-up for the webinar.

Twenty plus short papers for I-MELT www.i-melt/papers/ on themes including Evidenced Based Decision Making, and Work Integrated Learning are also available.

Date: Thursday 16 November, 1 hour
12.30 pm Central Daylight time (+10.30 GMT/Universal time)
1.00 pm Eastern Daylight time
12.00 pm Eastern Standard time
10.00 am WA

URL: https://adelaide.zoom.us/j/311161539

The Zoom platform is web-based and user friendly
Equipment: A headset is good for speaking quality, but not essential- you may just want to text chat or observe.

Please run a sound-check within Zoom before commencement time. Click on the arrow next to the mic icon, bottom left, choose ‘Audio options’ and click ‘Test computer mic and speakers’.

I hope to see you online
John

Further information john.willison@adelaide.edu.au

Author: johnwillison

Senior Leturer, Discipline of Higher Education, School of Education, University of Adelaide.

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