The programme on Monday includes the
Physiology Education Workshop, Roberts Prize Lecture and Symposium
Note: "Physiology eduction stream only" registration options are available.
Within the university sector and in the workplace, there is a strong consensus that critical thinking is an essential skill for students when they graduate. However it is a complex concept difficult to teach. This workshop will examine some tools that can help you to develop teaching activities that EXPLICITLY foster critical thinking for your students, enabling them to articulate this skill when they graduate. Please bring some examples of your learning activities (or learning outcomes) to start the transformative process during the session!
Facilitators: Laurence Orlando, Paul White and Julia Choate
The symposia on Monday morning is entitled "Strategies for large scale and authentic assessment of undergraduates". Click here for more information.
We invite you to submit an abstract for oral and poster presentations in Physiology Education (submissions close 22nd September 2017).
Abstracts may be submitted during the registration process (you must be a financial registrant before submitting an abstract for consideration - Education only registration options are available). Please follow the guidelines when preparing your abstract
The Michael Roberts Prize Lecture is entitled "Enhancing the commencing student learning experience with Innovative learning and teaching approaches and peer support systems." An abstract will be available shortly.
The Michael Roberts Prize is awarded to AuPS members who have demonstrated a sustained performance of excellence in the delivery of physiology education at the tertiary level, and make a contribution to the teaching activities of AuPS.
Applications are now open for the 2017 Prize