Teaching in higher education – there isn’t enough evidence to tell us what works and why

19th October 2016

Fellow news

Associate Professor Angela Carbone recently gave a keynote at the Evidence-based Teaching conference 2016 in Melbourne. The keynote, title “Teaching in higher education – there isn’t enough evidence to tell us what works and why” has been published in The Conversation. You can access the article here

Angela has been an ALT fellow since 2010 and completed her more recent fellowship in 2014 titled Developing Excellence in Learning and Teaching through Peer Assisted teaching Scheme.