Tansy Jessop: TESTA and a programme-level view of assessment and feedback

This is the video of a keynote presentation at Shift 2013, 3rd July 2013

Dr Tansy Jessop is a Senior Fellow in Learning and Teaching at the University of Winchester. She leads the TESTA National Teaching Fellowship Project which was … Read the rest

Colin Bryson & Ruth Furlonger: Engaging Students through Partnership

This video can be seen alongside others from the Learning, Teaching and Assessment Open Lecture series and annual conferences on the EDU Vimeo channel.

Student engagement now occupies a prominent focus in UK universities. However it is a complex … Read the rest

Teaching and Learning Workshops 2013-14

We have recently published our schedule of workshops in teaching and learning for this academic year. You will notice that they map to a number of the UKPSF Dimensions of Practice and will therefore support preparation for HEA GOLD FellowshipsRead the rest

Helen Keegan: Transformations in Practice and Pedagogy through Networked Creativity

Helen Keegan, National Teaching Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the University of Salford, gave our first open lecture of 2013/14 on Transformations in Practice and Pedagogy through Networked Creativity.

Our next open lecture, “Engaging Students through Partnership” will be given … Read the rest

Professor Martin Weller “The Day of the MOOC” (APT2013 Keynote)

This is the keynote address from the 2013 Academic Practice and Technology Conference by Prof Martin Weller. Entitled “Surviving the day of the MOOC”, it presents an overview of Martin’s experience leading a MOOC at the Open University and some … Read the rest

Geoff Rebbeck: e-learning and the development of distinguishable student reputations

The video can be seen alongside others from the LTA Open Lecture series and annual conferences on the EDU Vimeo channel.

In this, the first Open Lecture of 2012-13, Geoff Rebbeck explores contemporary ideas on the emergence and use … Read the rest

Andrew Douch: Keynote from the 2012 Learning, Teaching and Assessment conference

The video can be seen alongside others from the LTA Open Lecture series and annual conferences on the EDU Vimeo channel.

Andrew Douch  ‘ Humanising the Classroom’

Andrew began by illustrating the slow or inadequate response of educators to … Read the rest

Successes, issues and coping mechanisms: Learning from ‘non-traditional’ Indian students in UK institutions – What seems to work? – Isabelle Perez-Gore (University of Reading) – 8 May 2012

As part of the University of Greenwich’s Barefoot Leadership seminar series, I attended Isabelle Perez-Gore’s seminar on ‘non-traditional’ Indian students at UK higher education institutions. Isabelle has been working with these non-traditional students since 2006. The students are all recipients … Read the rest