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Transition to learning at university Points from round table discussions First week of semester: use tutorial time to do “get to know you” activities Swap lab partners every 4 weeks Group work in maths Don’t have online enrolment (no social interaction)

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Transition to learning at university

Points from round table discussions

First week of semester: use tutorial time to do “get to know you” activities

Swap lab partners every 4 weeks

Group work in maths

Don’t have online enrolment (no social interaction)

Blended learning (encourages social interaction)

Academic skills programs at school level

Examples/exemplars provide clarity of expectations

+University

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Exciting lecturers who can engage students

Group discussions 5-9 in group.

Encouraging students to work in groups

Communication – clear objectives and boundaries

Bright students who haven’t failed before need support

Informal journal club – research skills

The lecturer is a person but one who sets boundaries

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Learning Centre – encourage student use

Clear expectations – guidelines

Formalising links between transition and mentoring

Involving student services in the curriculum

Connect students outside of assessment (e.g Facebook groups)

Discipline societies, continuing from transition program

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Presentation from each student in tutorial daunting at first

Learning strategies from rote learning to conceptual learning

Orientation/transition and mentoring programs

Managing expectations in first week: what is different from school environment

Support mature students to connect with like – separate transition mentoring

Don’t overwhelm students with too much information