Teaching and learning in a built environments discipline include certain challenges associated with our distinctive pedagogical practices. BEL+T's resources inform quality approaches in this educational context.
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Teaching in Online Environments
Steps for Moving Online
This guide will help you to adapt your teaching style to an online learning environment.
This BEL+T Dual Delivery Guide document outlines practical issues related to Dual Delivery for teaching and subject coordination.
BEL+T's BSL Guide
Blended Synchronous Learning (BSL) is a Teaching and Learning Activity Type, as part of a Dual Delivery approach. In BSL, the same teaching and learning activities are experienced by all students at the same time, with some students face-to-face and others online.
ABP / MSD Studio Culture Agreement
The ABP / MSD Studio Culture Agreement (v2.0), 2022 outlines the goals and expectations of ABP / MSD studio culture, to be pursued and upheld by students, staff, guests and visitors, and the Faculty.
Studio Teaching within the Faculty
Studios are a core component of learning and teaching within the Faculty, across various disciplines.
Planning Assessment in the Online Design Studio
The Directors of the MSD and Bachelor of Design, in consultation with BEL+T and Pathway/Program Coordinators, have developed the following guidelines for conducting studio reviews online.
Coordinating Online Design Reviews Flowchart
BEL+T's Coordinating Online Design Reviews Flowchart illustrates the various steps and key decisions involved in coordinating online design reviews. This flowchart should be used alongside the "Planning Assessment in the Design Online Studio" guide.
Teaching and Ethics
Academic Integrity Guidance
This resource provides staff with information about types of academic misconduct detected in ABP and guidance about steps staff should take if they suspect academic misconduct.
Coursework and Ethics Guideline and Tool
Use these resources to identifiy your responsibility when coursework intersects with intellectual property and human research ethics.