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With intensive mode teaching (IMT) students participate in classes on fewer days and longer on each day than traditionally in the discipline.

People teaching or supporting postgraduate students with IMT should: 

  • Support students to develop a learning community including learning from peers and asking questions
  • Focus on thresholds to plan set reading and/or preparation, assessments, and feedback
  • Expose students to practice
  • Support students to manage their time and studies

Publication Date

4-7-2016

City

Gold Coast, Qld

Keywords

Postgraduate students, university, intensive mode teaching, IMT, engagement, participation, Australia

Disciplines

Higher Education

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Male, S., Crispin, S., Hancock, P., Leggoe, J., Baillie, C., MacNish, C., Ranmuthugala, D., & Alam, F. (2016). Enhancing postgraduate learning with intensive mode teaching. Poster presented at The Post Graduate Student Experience National Symposium. 7-8 April, 2016. Gold Coast, Australia.

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Enhancing postgraduate learning with intensive mode teaching

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