Support for Teaching Staff

Bookmark this page for quick access to support for all your teaching needs @ UNSW Medicine.

Find resources and advice here to help you to teach, links to help you research on education, links for new teaching staff  and links to help you learn more about medical education and student learning.

See also: Register to become a facilitator


    General Resources

    The following might be useful in your teaching or for development of learning actitivities or curricular development.


    Streamlining Assessment

    UNSW Medicine & Health's Streamlining Assessment series has been created to explore the purpose of and issues surrounding assessment of students at the Faculty.

    In line with the Health 25 Strategy, the Medicine & Health aims to enhance and streamline assessment cross all schools, programs and courses.

    The objectives of this initiative are to ensure that assessment is:​​​​​​​

    1. ​​​​​​​robust, valid, and fairly evaluates students’ performance and learning outcomes
    2. conducted in a way that minimises stress, anxiety and burden to students and staff
    3. an effective tool that enhances students’ learning.

     

    The Faculty Assessment Development and Evaluation committee (FADE) has developed a series of webinars as the first steps towards achieving these objectives. Each webinar will provide clear and practical guidance on how to make assessment effective, valid and less stressful for students and staff.

    ​​​​​​​There are four webinars in the series:

    1. The future of assessment
    2. Assessment – it’s all about the balance<
    3. Assessment literacy - from principles to practice
    4. Feedback, feed-forward & enhancing learning

    Further information and webinar recordings are avaible at the Streamlining Assessment sharepoint site: Sharepoint Site

     


    Medicine Program Resources

    The following are resources for staff involved in the undergraduate Medicine program (3802).

    More information: contact the Learning Resource Manager, Suzanne Mobbs or T: 9385 1011

    General Program Information

    Course Preparation

    Program Templates for Presentations


    Policy and Student Wellbeing Information

    Guidelines for supporting students' mental health and wellbeing