Learning and Teaching for Sustainability Teaching Fellowships
Each year, the Office of Dean Learning and Teaching offers three Learning and Teaching for Sustainability Teaching Fellowships to leading RMIT educators, one from each college.
The primary focus of these fellowships is on strategic, high-quality curriculum resources and learning activities, created in collaborative and innovative ways with industry-focuses. They not only advance learning and teaching for sustainability in the curriculum across RMIT, within their specific discipline but also as a future contribution to their industry or profession and across the global tertiary sector.
These fellowships are an integral component of our current learning and teaching for sustainability project that is reinvigorating and creating new curriculum resources, professional development and interactive experiential learning resources in alignment with RMIT's sustainability policy and action items from the RMIT Sustainability Action Plan (to 2020) [PDF, 845 KB, 31 pages] and our graduate attributes. Thus subsequently enhancing the student learning experience and outcomes in relation to sustainability and graduate employment outcomes.
Completed applications are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org before the close of business on 8 April 2016.
Funding has been provided by RMIT’s Sustainability Committee.