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Exploring ‘Networked Learning’

This is part two of my impressions and reflections on being a delegate at the -Networked Learning Conference taking place 7-9th April 2014 hosted by the University of Edinburgh. I think it is fair to say that I was still … Continue reading

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First day Networked Learning Conference 2014

It is the first day of the ninth international conference on Networked Learning 2014 and I made it in time for the official welcome. There was a doctoral symposium earlier in the day that sounded excellent according to the twitter … Continue reading

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The student teaching and learning consultant scheme 2.0

Following the pilot last year at the University of Huddersfield which was a Higher Education Academy funded project, I am excited that the scheme is carrying on and new students have been recruited. I have had some questions about how … Continue reading

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Developing student achievement by promoting a culture of high expectation and bespoke interventions

Developing student achievement by promoting a culture of high expectation and bespoke interventions The Teaching and Learning Institute is running a series of events to share the expertise, knowledge and reflections on practice of our National Teaching Fellows and University … Continue reading

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Creativity in Educational Development

The 18th Annual Staff and Educational Development Association conference was held in Bristol, 14th-15th November 2013. The theme of the conference was Creativity in Educational Development and I was lucky enough to attend. For a really useful detailed commentary of … Continue reading

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Student perceptions of inspirational teaching

Exploring the concept of inspirational teaching was part of the Higher Education Academy funded project Students as Teaching and Learning Consultants. As part of this I undertook a qualitative analysis of the student nominations for the category ‘inspirational teaching’ in … Continue reading

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Undergraduate students: Partners in Research

I attended the Higher Education Academy (HEA) event: Students as Partners in Undergraduate Research which took place at University of Sheffield on Tuesday 22nd October 2013. For more see HEA web pages on the ‘Students as Partners’ strand. It was … Continue reading

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Exploring strategies for successful student retention

Guest post from Daniel Yip (@DanielYip22) Placement Student at the Teaching and Learning Institute (TALI). Studying Chemistry and Forensic Science. Daniel attended the Retention Forum on the 17th September 2013. The main question for this forum was: ‘For students enrolled … Continue reading

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The Future of Student Engagement – RAISE Conference 2013

The Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement (RAISE) Network held its annual conference ‘The Future of Student Engagement: Partnerships, Practices, Policies and Philosophies’, 12-13 Sep at Nottingham Trent University. Colin Bryson from Newcastle University opened with a presentation called ‘Partnership … Continue reading

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New perspectives: reflections from Student Teaching and Learning Consultants

Through being one of many Higher Education Academy projects, I made contact with Garry Maguire and Fiona Gilbert from Oxford Brookes University. They are doing the Assignment Brief Consultancy (ABC) Project also funded by a HEA individual grant. We did … Continue reading

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