Teaching Criminology, Crime and Criminal Justice

13 April 2012

Teaching Criminology, Crime and Criminal Justice

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This workshop will explore innovative teaching and learning methods being applied/or applicable to criminology, criminal justice and related fields. With considerable growth in students enrolling in criminology and criminal justice programs in recent years, changing demands on graduates entering the field and developments in teaching technologies and techniques, this workshop provides a timely opportunity to review the latest trends in teaching and learning.

The following will be speaking at this workshop:

* Alan Moran (Director, Academic Studies, Brush Farm Academy, Corrective Services NSW)
*Professor John Alford (Professor of Public Sector Management, Australia and New Zealand School of Government)
* Dr Anthony Billingsley (International Relations, UNSW)
*Mike Bogle (Educational Technologist, UNSW)
*Dr Rohan Lulham (Design out Crime Research Centre, UTS)

Workshop sessions will be facilitated to enable review of the following themes:

* Relevant industry competencies and employment requirements
* Flexible teaching and delivery methods
* Innovative assessment techniques
* Future demands of criminology and criminal justice degree graduates

This free workshop is being organised and hosted by the University of NSW and the Sydney Institute of Criminology (University of Sydney).

A maximum of 40 participants will be able to register for this event.

Time: 10am-5pm (registration from 9.30am)

Location: Common Room, Level 4, Sydney Law School, Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney

Cost: Free (registration essential)

Contact: Sydney Institute of Criminology

Phone: 9351 0239

Email: 2816001814015d5b2c0d590908341e35112c2c221541650c0f307d2d16