White Brick Studio: simulating real studio practice during study
The White Brick Studio is a simulated industry studio that emulates the experience of an industry workspace. It is embedded into RMIT's vocational education Interior Design and Visual Merchandising Programs.
Teaching approaches that empower students to kick goals
Behind RMIT’s sector-leading partnership with Essendon Football Club is an innovative and driven teacher, committed to developing and delivering authentic learning that drives student engagement.
An innovative model in industry partnered learning for fashion focused programs
In RMIT’s School of Fashion and Textiles, a group of academics created Product Development courses to build transformative learning experiences.
A progressive design pedagogy that is reimagining teaching practices
Educators in Industrial Design reimagine methods of learning and teaching to produce contemporary design students and progressive teachers.
RMIT’s work integrated learning partnerships gaining national success
RMIT’s multifaceted work integrated learning program with marketing agency DataSauce has gained national recognition for building graduate success.
Peer mentoring program: peer-to-peer learning support
RMIT Library's peer mentoring program provides a safe space for students to seek learning assistance through one-on-one, peer-to-peer study consultations.
Career development learning and industry competitions enhancing employability skills
Dr Deborah Wise created a pedagogy combining work integrated learning and career development learning to enhance her students’ employability skills.
Approaches to lifelong learning and teaching: pedagogy, andragogy and heutagogy
Explore three distinct approaches to education to underpin RMIT’s role in lifelong learning and teaching.
Creativity in teaching and teaching for creativity
Dr Lucy Lunevich explores the role of creativity with her engineering students to build and strengthen postgraduate outcomes.
Motivation theory pedagogy driving student enthusiasm
Dr Chrystal Zhang's use of the motivation pedagogy model in her program has excited her students desire to learn and developed career readiness.
Business case competitions as authentic assessment
Since 2015 at RMIT Vietnam, Dr Majo George and his team have been supporting and mentoring students competing in national and international business case competitions.
Where work integrated learning meets reconciliation
To celebrate NAIDOC week, students from the Diploma of Visual Merchandising teamed up with Library Services and Indigenous fashion brand, Clothing the Gaps, to create eye-catching displays across campus and gained important hands-on experience in the process.