Category Archives: Education and Professional Development

School of Education and Professional Development

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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Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training

“Editor Mohamed Ally has drawn together an eclectic selection of authors who show us that the power of context and the capacity to provide information where and when it can be used can overcome the challenges of small screens and … Continue reading

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Peer Observation of Teaching (POT)

The following Peer Observation of Teaching (POT) diagrams were sourced from Flinders University based in Australia. Please visit the web links provided below each diagram for more content and context. We hope that you find this best practice content useful … Continue reading

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