Case Studies Communication is central to supporting learning and teaching, building an effective community and facilitating high achievement of the unit learning outcomes. This can be between academic and student or between student to student.
Exemplars... LEO offers a range of different communication tools that are synchronous (working together at the same time) or asynchronous (relay of information with a time delay). As an academic you are not be expected to use all but may choose 1 to 3 of the best communication
tools that suit your learning and teaching context.
Teacher-to-teacher communication is vital to ensure effective delivery of a unit and to create a consistent learning experience for students, regardless of campus and delivery mode.
Course/Unit coordinators ensure new teaching staff are orientated adequately to the unit.
The teaching team have a shared responsibility to ensure adequate planning, moderation and unit/course evaluation occurs before, during and after each unit so that the content, delivery and assessment of a unit is consistent across campuses and delivery modes.