DisruptED 2019: Learning & Teaching Conference

DisruptED 2019: Learning & Teaching Conference

RMIT hosted two panel discussions at DisruptED 2019 Learning & Teaching Conference that explored employability skills and the future of leaning and teaching.

RMIT hosted two panel discussions at the DisruptED 2019 Learning & Teaching Conference that further explored employability skills and the future of learning and teaching in the context of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Panel discussions topics are outlined below. 

“Developing Employability Skills for Sustainable Development Goals”

This panel demonstrated the connections between employability skills and the SDGs, including the RMIT SDGs Placement in partnership with the Australian Association of Social Workers and RMIT’s Greenhouse and Sustainability Program (GSP).
 

“Ready for life and work? Using the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to disrupt teaching and learning at RMIT”

This panel generated discussion about how RMIT’s commitment to the SDGs impacts on teaching, learning and graduate outcomes. Case studies of RMIT courses embedding SDGs were presented to share “on the ground” experience.

11 October 2019

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11 October 2019

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