Learning & Teaching Development Events – May-June 2016

Learning and Teaching Development Events, May – June 2016

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The Leeds Curriculum: Introduction to Teaching Workshops  Aligned to Descriptor 1, UKPSF this series is designed to introduce colleagues to learning and teaching techniques.  They are suitable for Postgraduate and Part-time Teachers, Research Fellows, Early Career Academic Staff, University Academic Fellows (recommended yr 1-3)

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 1 (5): Introduction to Supervising Taught Student Dissertations and Final Year Projects

Date & Time: Wednesday 11 May 2016, 10:00-12:00

Content: This is a 2 hour interactive workshop which will introduce participants to good practice guidelines for supervising dissertations and projects. There will be an opportunity for participants to discuss their experience of supervising dissertations and projects and practical challenges arising.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 1 (1): Introduction to Designing and Planning Teaching Sessions and Learning Activities

Date & Time: Thursday 19 May 2016, 09:30-13:30

Content: The session will help participants plan teaching sessions in order to take account of the learning outcomes of the module/session and the learning preferences and needs of students. The session will include consideration of ways of facilitating and checking on learning together with the design of learning resources that encourage and support learning.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 1 (10): Evaluating and Developing your Teaching Practice at the start of your teaching career

Date & Time: Tuesday 24 May 2016, 13:30-16:30

Content: This session involves participants exploring methods of reviewing their teaching so they can improve their own teaching practice, and develop their confidence and professionalism as teachers in higher education.

 

The Leeds Curriculum: Teaching for Research-based Learning Workshops Aligned to Descriptor 2, UKPSF this series is designed to support colleagues beyond the introductory stage to more advanced learning and teaching approaches.  They are suitable for Early Career Academic Staff, University Academic Fellows (recommended yr 4-5).

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (10): Using “Innovative Pedagogies” to support student learning

Date & Time: Thursday 12 May 2016, 13:30-15:00

Content: This session aims to consider new pedagogical approaches to learning and teaching and their potential application in participant’s own disciplinary contexts.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (12): Scholarship in Teaching and Learning: Exploring your Teaching practice

Date & Time: Thursday 9 June 2016, 09:30-11:30

Content: This is an interactive workshop which will provide support for colleagues who wish to “get started” with action-research.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (9): LeedsforLife – supporting your personal tutees

Date & Time: Thursday 9 June 2016, 09:30-12:30

Content: This session is designed to help new and experienced staff engaged in personal tutoring to feel better equipped to perform their student support role.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (5): Lecturing for research-based learning: increasing student participation and engagement

Date & Time: Monday 13 June 2016, 09:30-11:30

Content: This session is an interactive workshop which considers a number of elements when preparing lectures. The order is not one of priority, rather of practicality: purpose; audience; venue; structure; interest; verbal aspects; nonverbal aspects; audio-visual aids; interaction; confidence.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (3B): Effective Research Student Supervision in Arts, Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences

Date & Time: Tuesday 21 June 2016, 09:30-16:00

Content: The course will cover policy and procedures for research student supervision as defined in the University Code of Practice for Research Degree Candidatures. The course will consider the following phases in a candidature: admission, induction, training needs analysis, monitoring progress, ethical review, transfer and final examination. The course will also cover: supervisory style; the challenges in fulfilling a supervisor’s responsibilities; the success criterial of originality and independent critical ability.

Title: The Leeds Curriculum 2 (2): Designing for Blended Learning 2: Embedding technology in module and programme design

Date & Time: Monday 27 June 2016, 10:00-11:30

Content: The University of Leeds promotes the use of technology to enhance face to face teaching on campus through a Digital Strategy for Taught Student Education and a Blended Learning Strategy. In this session we will consider effective practice for blending technology into programme and module design.

 

The Leeds Curriculum: Leading Student Education  These workshops are designed to support colleagues new to leadership in student education.

Title: Leading and Managing in the New Academic Environment: Coaching Skills for Leaders

Date & Time: Monday 16 May 2016, 09:30-13:00

Content: This half-day course is aimed at increasing leaders’ familiarity with what a coaching style of leadership looks like. It will highlight the benefits of adapting a coaching style and provide participants with some key tools to consider.

Title: Observing Other People and Giving Feedback

Date & Time: Wednesday 25 May 2016, 14:00-16:00

Content: To explore the context and skills of providing feedback to others.

 

Supporting Students courses This series is led by Student Education Service colleagues and focuses on particular elements of student support.

Title: Supporting Students: Cultural Awareness in an International Learning Environment

Date & Time: Tuesday 10 May 2016, 09:30-12:30

Content: To explore the impact of culture and cultural difference on behaviour and interactions with others; to reflect on students’ cross-cultural experience at the University; and to consider ways in which staff can support an exceptional student experience in an international learning environment.

 

UKPSF@Leeds Individual Application for Professional Recognition These sessions will support applicants to apply for professional recognition against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and support of learning in Higher Education (UKPSF) as Associate Fellow (AFHEA), Fellow (FHEA), Senior Fellow (SFHEA) or Principal Fellow (PFHEA) of the Higher Education Academy.

Title: Support for Professional Recognition (1): Mapping your student education practice against the UKPSF

Date & Time: Friday 20 May 2016, 12:00-13:00

Content: This workshop is a practical small group session where the tutors will outline the requirements of the UKPSF; the process of application for recognition and provide resources to support participants to apply either through the UKPSF@Leeds Individual Application scheme or the HEA Individual Professional Recognition scheme.

Title: Support for Professional Recognition (2): Completing your UKPSF@Leeds Individual Application

Date & Time: Friday 20 May 2016, 13:00-14:00

Content: This workshop is a practical small group session where the tutors will outline the requirements of the UKPSF@Leeds Individual Application and provide support for participants to complete and submit their application.

Title: Support for Professional Recognition (3): Support for Submission

Date & Time: Monday 6 June 2016, 10:00-10:30

Content: Suitable for all staff and PGR students who have a teaching role, and who have submitted a Request for a Panel Date Form and have had a UKPSF@Leeds panel date confirmed, this session will support applicants to submit their application for professional recognition against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and support of learning in Higher Education (UKPSF) as Associate Fellow (AFHEA), Fellow (FHEA), Senior Fellow (SFHEA) or Principal Fellow PFHEA) of the Higher Education Academy.

This session is repeated on Tuesday 7 June, 14:00-14:30, Wednesday 8 June, 12:00-12:30 and Friday 10 June, 11:00-11:30.

 

Talking about Teaching

Talking about Teaching is a programme of events, led by nationally recognised speakers, that is designed to provide new ideas and promote discussion about a range of aspects of learning and teaching.

Issues of inclusivity for Staff and Students led by Professor Kalwant Bhopal, University of Southampton

This session will explore aspects of inclusion and how they can work in practice for both staff and students in Higher Education. The session will be based on the analysis of data from two different research projects that examined the experiences of Black and minority ethnic academics in universities. It will also explore the experiences of a minority group of learners (Gypsy, Roma and Traveller students) in schools and consider how teachers and institutions can provide an inclusive pedagogy for these groups. The session will explore positive ways to develop inclusive practice in schools and universities.

The talk will draw upon current literature and on-going research relating to inclusivity and diversity in Education at both Secondary and HE levels.

To register for Talking about Teaching:

Please email sddult@leeds.ac.uk, and indicate if you have any special access or support needs. All places will be confirmed by email.

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