The Learning and Teaching Seminar Series centres on sharing practice. The Series is interdisciplinary and draws contributions from a diverse community of educators, researchers and policymakers. It invites presentations on the methods and practices of learning and teaching in Higher Education as well as the discourses within which they are framed and shaped.
Seminars take place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 4pm-5pm, with sessions delivered online via Zoom webinar. The seminars are open to all and free to attend.
You can watch previous seminars delivered during the 2021/22 academic year on YouTube.
Below is the schedule for 2022/23 academic year:
Is playful learning proper education?
Professor Alison James
The importance of reflection in Higher Education
Professor Paul Ashwin
An overview of student data and practical applications
Paulo Viera Braga
Minions and the Makers Movement – Making Complex Learning More Accessible
Dr Ruth Flaherty
Developing praxis: using lived experience narratives as teaching pedagogy
Governed by numbers: a critical approach to data in education
Dr Javiera Atenas
Research methods pedagogy
Dr Cristian Dogaru
Playfulness in teaching research
Dr Pete King