How practical application of research provided an ‘Aha’ moment for students
Find out how Kate Lamble, a Nurse Educator in the School of Social Care and Health, created active, applied and authentic (AAA) learning activities to help students in her Diploma of Nursing course, translate theory into clinical practice.
Bringing the outside in: industry-leading research drives change in the classroom
For two academics in the College of Business and Law, the classroom is an important site for advancing gender equity.
AAA Pedagogy comes alive in the Bachelor of Aviation
The sky really is the limit when it comes to embedding AAA Pedagogy in the Bachelor of Aviation. Discover how Associate Professor, Nic Connelly, the Assistant Associate Dean of Aerospace Engineering & Aviation is inspiring program teams to boost active, applied, and authentic (AAA) learning throughout the program.
Bridging the gap with RMIT’s new sustainability resource for students
A new and exciting resource provides scaffolded learning materials enabling educators to embed sustainability education throughout the student learning journey.