Category Archives: Learning design

Dr Jess Power: 2016 National Teaching Fellow

Over the last six years, the Teaching and Learning Institute (TALI) has coordinated the University of Huddersfield’s internal National Teaching Fellowship selection process. We have worked closely with the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Teaching and Learning and a selection committee to … Continue reading

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‘Discover, dream, design and deliver’ curriculum design workshops

This blog post was written by Dr Liz Bennett, Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Education and Professional Development and Dr Sue Folley, Academic Developer with a focus on the use of digital tools within teaching. In … Continue reading

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Collaborating and connecting in learning spaces

The Teaching and Learning Institute carried out a small scale evaluation of a new classroom named the ‘collaborative learning suite. We interviewed three members of staff, a technical manager and undertook four classroom observations between Sep 2015 and June 2016. … Continue reading

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Embedding Sustainability meaningfully

The Teaching and Learning Institute organises a seminar series where National Teaching Fellows and University Teaching Fellows from the University of Huddersfield share their expertise and experience. In this session on 19th May, Dr Carlo Fabricatore talked about his work … Continue reading

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Teaching online to teach online

The Teaching and Learning Institute is gathering short case studies of academic practice to enable colleagues to share their approaches to teaching and learning more widely and encourage interdisciplinary and interprofessional learning. The Teaching and Learning Institute coordinates, evaluates and … Continue reading

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What makes good teaching?

Before the Christmas break in December 2015, a number of colleagues were invited by Dr Jane Tobbell to get together to informally discuss what they thought good teaching was. These are some of the main points that were raised that … Continue reading

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Shaping the Future of Learning Together – #altc 2015

Although I have been a member of Association for Learning Technology (ALT) for a while, I have never been to the annual conference. This year, however, this year I was fortunate to be supported by my institution to attend over … Continue reading

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