Category Archives: MHM

School of Music, Humanities and Media

Teaching and Research Beyond Text

The Teaching and Learning Institute organises a seminar series where National Teaching Fellows from the University of Huddersfield share their expertise and experience. In this session on 27th April,  Professor Michael Clarke talked about and demonstrated some of the interactive … Continue reading

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Putting the workplace into the Humanities Curriculum

This is a guest post by Sarah Bastow, who is the project lead for the ‘Putting the workplace into the Humanities Curriculum’ This is one of the 2013  Teaching and Learning Innovation Projects funded by TALI. It is the fifth of 11 guest … 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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Web 2.0 teaching guru

If you haven’t heard of Russell Stannard (and don’t worry, we hadn’t either till today) then this is your chance to learn more about the amazing amount of work he has done in producing training videos. He won the 2010 … Continue reading

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