A new series of events for all staff interested in learning and teaching
The Talking Teaching series will showcase best practice approaches to teaching from around the College. Anyone with an interest in education can come along to hear speakers, updates on the Learning and Teaching Strategy, have a cup of tea and network with colleagues.
These events will generally feature an introduction and update from the Assistant Provost (Learning and Teaching), two speakers delivering short (10-15 mins) talks and time for Q&A.
Talking Teaching seminars
Seminar details, abstracts and Panopto recordings.
2018 dates for diary
Wednesday, 14:00 to 15:00
- 17 January
- 21 February
- 18 April
- 16 May
- 13 June
Join us at our next Talking Teaching event on 17 January.
14:00 to 15:00 with tea/coffee served from 13:45 in the Royal School of Mines, room G41.
Professor Alan Spivey, Assistant Provost (learning and teaching) will give an update on the Learning and Teaching Strategy with Q&A.
Dr Elizabeth Hauke, a Principle Teaching Fellow in the Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication will talk about Designing Inclusive and Participatory Curricula.
Dr Sophie Rutschmann, a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine, will present the “professional skills” sessions she has developed to hopefully improve students’ efficiency and impact when reading and presenting data.