Student Panel: Maintaining connectedness in blended learning

Presentation Title

Student Panel: Maintaining connectedness in blended learning

Abstract

The student voice is integral to designing valuable learning and teaching experiences. Our student panel consists of current students across campuses and who are at different stages of their study journey.

Facilitated by Professor Selma Alliex, Pro Vice Chancellor, Student Experience, our students will share their views as to how we might engage them in designing for the blended education landscape. Our Student Panel is:

  • Kate Saw (Undergraduate Nursing)
  • Stephen Haydon (Undergraduate Arts)
  • Tracey Mythen (Undergraduate Logos)
  • Reiniera de Vox van Steenwijk (Undergraduate Commerce)
  • Isabella Sheman (Masters Program)

Theme

blended learning

Presenter Bio

Kate is a 3rd year undergraduate Nursing student, studying on the Sydney Campus.

Stephen is a 2nd year undergraduate Arts student, studying on the Fremantle Campus.

Tracey is a 1st year undergraduate Business student, studying on the Sydney Campus.

Reiniera is a 3rd year undergraduate Commerce student, studying on the Fremantle Campus.

Isabella is a Masters student, studying on the Sydney Campus.

Presentation Type

Panel discussion

Location

Zoom session commences 10am AWST/12 noon AEST

Start Date

28-9-2021 10:30 AM

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Sep 28th, 10:30 AM

Student Panel: Maintaining connectedness in blended learning

Zoom session commences 10am AWST/12 noon AEST

The student voice is integral to designing valuable learning and teaching experiences. Our student panel consists of current students across campuses and who are at different stages of their study journey.

Facilitated by Professor Selma Alliex, Pro Vice Chancellor, Student Experience, our students will share their views as to how we might engage them in designing for the blended education landscape. Our Student Panel is:

  • Kate Saw (Undergraduate Nursing)
  • Stephen Haydon (Undergraduate Arts)
  • Tracey Mythen (Undergraduate Logos)
  • Reiniera de Vox van Steenwijk (Undergraduate Commerce)
  • Isabella Sheman (Masters Program)