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A series of FASE workshops and events will be held throughout the year and will focus on teaching and educational issues and developments.

All academics are welcome to attend the events, and although they are framed around technical concepts or topics, lecturers of any discipline will find them invaluable for their understanding of student learning.

Lunchtime seminars are held from 12.30 to 2pm (lunch included), The Oceans Institute Seminar Room G.05, cnr Fairway and Edward Streets

Lunchtime seminars 2015


The 2015 FASE program is in progress - the details below are subject to change.

Date Topic Presenters
Thursday 5 February “What is 'Aboriginal Engineering' and what is its significance in Engineering Education?” Dr Elyssebeth Leigh, University of Technology, Sydney and Dr Tom Goldfinch, Senior Lecturer in Engineering Education at the University of Wollongong and vice-president of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education

Tuesday 3 March  “Interdisciplinary Design - Exploring emergent design and learning in cross-disciplinary teams” Prof Carolyn Oldham, Civil, Environmental and Mining



Tuesday 21 April “Additive marking rubrics and student self-assessment for capstone design courses” Prof James Trevelyan, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, UWA



Wednesday 29 April "The Wongutha Experience" Mr Barron Bonney, a Wongutha person  


Tuesday 19 May “Open Space for Critical Reflection” Prof. Caroline Baillie, Chair in Engineering Education, UWA



Tuesday 16 June   “Participants’ experience in adopting learning technologies in electrical engineering and computing units” A/Prof Cesar Ortega-Sanchez, Academic Director, Engineering Foundation Year, Curtin University and Ms Diana Taylor, Learning Engagement Developer, Curtin Teaching and Learning (CTL), Curtin University



Tuesday 21 July “Are You Having a Laugh? Using Humour as a Teaching Tool" Asst/Prof Kate Offer, Law School, UWA



Tuesday 18 August “Industrial Ecology in Modern Engineering Education” Assoc Prof Michele Rosano, Director of the Sustainable Engineering Group (SEG) at Curtin University

Tuesday 1 September "Providing a work integrated learning experience to large numbers of students by combining a simulated organisation with a class as professional experience teaching approach" Mr Stuart Schonell, Senior Teaching Fellow, Tasmanian School of Business and Commerce, UTAS 




Tuesday 29 September "Bringing Mathematics to Engineering: Digging Beneath the Topics" Prof Elena Pasternak, School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering and Dr Sally Male, Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering



Tuesday 20 October “Enhancing threshold capability development with Intensive Mode Teaching" Dr Sally Male, School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering and Dr Jeremy Leggoe, School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering



Tuesday 10 November “Flipeering = flipped and peer learning: what does it take to succeed?”

Asst/Prof Nazim Khan, School of Mathematics and Statistics


 
Tuesday 20 October “Enhancing threshold capability development with Intensive Mode Teaching" Dr Sally Male, School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering and Dr Jeremy Leggoe, School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering



Tuesday 10 November “Flipeering = flipped and peer learning: what does it take to succeed?”

Asst/Prof Nazim Khan, School of Mathematics and Statistics


 
Thursday 3 December “Upstream Community Engagement in Engneering Research”

Dr Sarah Bell, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science, University College London