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Open Classrooms is produced by the STEM College at RMIT (Melbourne, Australia).
Each podcast features interviews and stories from our staff who have opened up their classroom doors and shared their practices, innovations and ideas.
Contact details and supporting resources for all episodes can be found on our WordPress site SISTER (https://sites.rmit.edu.au/sister/) Continue Reading >>
Open Classrooms is produced by the STEM College at RMIT (Melbourne, Australia).
Each podcast features interviews and stories from our staff who have opened up their classroom doors and shared their practices, innovations and ideas.
Contact details and supporting resources for all episodes can be found on our WordPress site SISTER (https://sites.rmit.edu.au/sister/) << Show Less
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Episode 24 - Cameron Stanley In this Episode, Cameron Stanley from Engineering discusses how he produces and uses podcasts with industry experts to engage and inspire his students.
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Episode 24: Cameron Stanley In this Episode, Cameron Stanley from Engineering discusses how he produces and uses podcasts with industry experts to engage and inspire his students.

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Episode 24 - Cameron Stanley In this Episode, Cameron Stanley from Engineering discusses how he produces and uses podcasts with industry experts to engage and inspire his students.
Episode 23 - Ash Moreland In Episode 23, Natasha Taylor talks to Ash Moreland from Health and Biomedical Sciences about the work she has done to transform the way Research Methods (RM) is taught to Exercise and Sports Science students. Faced with the challenge of teaching a subject which students can find intimidating, irrelevant and conceptually disconnected, Ash enthusiastically describes her work as quest for the 'Da Vinci Code' of RM teaching.
Episode 23: Ash Moreland In Episode 23, Natasha Taylor talks to Ash Moreland from Health and Biomedical Sciences about the work she has done to transform the way Research Methods (RM) is taught to Exercise and Sports Science students. Faced with the challenge of teaching a subject which students can find intimidating, irrelevant and conceptually disconnected, Ash enthusiastically describes her work as quest for the 'Da Vinci Code' of RM teaching.

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Episode 22: Will Sullivan In this Episode, Natasha Taylor talks to Will Sullivan about the work he does in engaging students from under-represented schools into STEM pathways.

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Episode 22 - Will Sullivan In this Episode, Natasha Taylor talks to Will Sullivan about the work he does in engaging students from under-represented schools into STEM pathways.
Episode 21 - Lisa Newman In this episode, Natasha Taylor talks to Lisa Newman from the School of Science about the active-learning approaches she uses to personalise the learning experience for students in her second year nutrition classes.
Episode 21: Lisa Newman In this episode, Natasha Taylor talks to Lisa Newman from the School of Science about the active-learning approaches she uses to personalise the learning experience for students in her second year nutrition classes.

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Episode 20 - Colin Kestell In this Episode Natasha Taylor talks to Colin Kestell about the Flipped Classroom. They explore the many challenges associated with adopting a flipped approach, exposing some the myths and common misconceptions of this popular innovative approach to teaching in Higher Education.
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