Community of Practice (Responding to COVID-19)
Remote teaching resources
- How to Start Teaching Remotely - Dr Kate Galloway
- Guidelines for Moving College Courses Online - Shared by Zachary Herrmann (University of Pennsylvania)
- FAQs for students - Here is an example from Assistant Professor Kylie Fletcher
- Example of Supporting Students to be Independent Learners - Shared by Semester Teaching Fellow Gail Casey
- Buzzfeed: 17 Teachers Who Deserve An A+++ For Their Efforts
- Discussions and Guidance on Virtual Instruction - Shared by Wiley
- Developing Deep Reflection in Discussion Boards
- When Should You Email Students in Your Online Class?
- Authentic Assessment in the Online Classroom
- How to Find Quality Open Educational Resources (OERs)
- Tips for Designing Live Sessions
- Discussion Forums: Purpose, Practicalities and Possibilities
- Critical Thinking in the Online Classroom
- Ensuring Students are Thinking and Understanding in the Online Classroom
- The Dos and Don'ts of Online Video Meetings - Shared by Brian X. Chen
- Smart Casual Project - resources hosted by the LEAD network
- Indigenous Peoples and the Law module - by Smart Casual
- Online learning good practice - TEQSA
- Distance Education in the time of Coronavirus: Quick and Easy Strategies for Professors - This essay provides some suggestions and relatively quick and easy strategies for distance education in this time of coronavirus, written from the perspective of teaching law. It includes an introductory technology section for those technophobic faculty who are now being required to teach online, and it concludes with five straightforward steps to start teaching online quickly.
Mindfulness and wellness
Staying informed and connected
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for the Bond Community
- Reality check with accurate statistics - the John Hopkins Dashboard
- The Department of Health is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. The information provides daily updates, answering your questions about the latest news, current facts and figures, travel advice, key contact and phone numbers: Department of Health
- Many telecommunications companies will be providing additional free data allowances. Please check with your NBN provider or telco for any details relevant to your plan.
- A safe telecommute to work. Things to consider when telecommuting: Workcover Queensland
- Auto Hypnosis for stress and anxiety - a series of audio books and videos - shared by Professor Alan Patching:
- Virtual happy hours, team yoga sessions: How coworkers are staying connected while they work from home - CNBC
- How to manage your mental health during coronavirus isolation - Men's Health
- 9 ways to stay positive during the coronavirus pandemic - Forbes
- Is your mental health deteriorating during the coronavirus pandemic? - The Conversation
- List of National help lines and websites - Beyond Blue
- How to combat Zoom fatigue - Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy
- Managing Student Mental Wellbeing - Office of Learning and Teaching
- Staff Wellbeing: Fixing your Oxygen Mask first - Office of Learning and Teaching
What are the education and training needs of tomorrow's lawyers? And how can those needs best be met?
The Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLE) is a community of legal educators, researchers, practitioners and administrators who collaborate in defining, understanding and promoting best practice in the teaching of law.
The work of the Centre has a particular emphasis upon the changing nature of professional legal education and training in the context of an internationalised, transformed and technology-enhanced legal services sector.
Research and scholarship
The CPLE focuses on three research priorities:
- the impact of emergent technologies on law, legal education and legal services (View project)
- professional identity formation in law students
- globalisation of legal education and practice (View Professor William van Caenegem's books - The Internationalisation of Legal Education and The Internationalisation of Legal Education: The Future Practice of Law)