What is a Teaching Interest Group?

August 4, 2008 § Leave a comment

A Teaching Interest Group is a group of people who meet regularly and discuss and interact about a common interest in teaching. There are numerous teaching interest groups at the Australian National University — consisting of coursework students, research students, staff and a healthy mix of all of the same. A few teaching groups are specific to Colleges and Schools, while others are multi-disciplinary in focus. There is no pre-set mandate or agenda for the teaching groups. The direction of the group is determined by the members and participants.

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