Explore the role of the teacher in Higher Education, and review methods and strategies to actively engage students in their learning
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I am new to teaching in HE. Where do I start?
I feel the need for some fundamental skills and ideas to use in my HE Teaching.
I would like some support as to how I can develop my own teaching practice.
I would like to try out some new and different teaching activities that I haven’t used before.
Through this you will...
- gain ideas and skills for a ‘menu’ of practical L&T activities, techniques and strategies adaptable to your own practice & will develop your ability to provide effective learning experiences for your students. You will explore how you can draw on your own past experience as a learner and/or teacher to provide effective learning opportunities for students, and start to relate this to the scholarship of L&T in HE
- have the opportunity to work with others as you engage practically in carrying out some teaching activities, and receive feedback and encouragement for your own teaching practice.
Who would benefit from this workshop
The workshop will be valuable to a range of people including staff who are new to teaching or new to current approaches to teaching in UK Higher Education, Associate Lecturers, PGR Students.
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This workshop develops skills for teaching & learner support, focusing on teaching methods, activity design & the broader learning environment.
Through the workshop you will broaden your knowledge of teaching skills + methods. [K2]
Through discussion of the methods used, you will explore how choice of approach relates to how students learn & progress through their HE study & to student learning needs. [K3]
This workshop explores strategies for student engagement in active learning. [V2]
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D1 - Associate Fellow of the HEA||Staff with at least 1 year teaching/support experience. Typically these are staff who do some teaching/student support but not as the main element of their role, such as