Tutors and sessional academic staff play a vital role in teaching and learning. As of 2010, the University has adopted an institutional approach to ensuring all new tutors and sessional academic staff receive high quality teaching and learning training.
New to tutoring: Tutors@UQ
The Tutors@UQ program offers five hours of paid training for new tutors and sessional academic staff. New tutors and sessional academic staff are encouraged to contact their school tutor coordinators to discuss Tutors@UQ.
Experienced in tutoring: TEDI professional learning opportunities
All tutors and sessional academic staff are eligible to enrol in any teaching and learning staff development workshop and the various TEDI activities related to enhancing teaching and learning.
Evaluation of tutoring
All tutors should evaluate their effectiveness. TEDI supports a range of formal and informal evaluation opportunities; see the Student Evaluations section for more information.
Resources for tutoring
'A tutor’s guide to teaching and learning at UQ' (2.3MB, PDF) covers approaches to small group teaching and learning and includes UQ tutoring resources. (Please note that some of the links in this document are being updated.) For more links, especially related to UQ policies, please consult the UQ tutors website.
Tutors@UQ: Materials for facilitators, faculties and schools
The materials for Tutors@UQ are available here for our UQ facilitators. Follow the link for access to the student handouts, presentation slides and the comprehensive facilitator's guide. TEDI academics are available to assist in the planning and facilitation of the Tutors@UQ program; please contact your faculty liaison.