This interactive workshop provides you with the opportunity to critically reflect on your practice. It specifically focuses on processes involved with developing effective learning environments and approaches to student support and guidance within your discipline. It asks critical questions such as:
Why do you establish the learning environment in this way?
How do you support and guide students and why is this appropriate within your discipline?
How do you know this approach works?
What impact does this have on student learning and/or outcomes?
Participants will be introduced to key pedagogic literature to support their critical reflections.
By the end of this workshop delegates will be able to:
Articulate methods for developing effective learning environments and supporting and guiding students within their discipline
Provide a detailed argument that is embedded within key pedagogic literature to support own approach to developing effective learning environments and supporting and guiding students
Evidence their practice to support a claim for either Associate Fellow or Fellow
This course will be delivered by a member of the Professional Development Team
Who should attend?
Any member of staff with a minimum of two years’ teaching and learning experience who are currently engaged with teaching and learning activity (in any aspect) across the University
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