Learning and Teaching Conference resources
Watch recordings, view presentations and download posters from our annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Teaching Excellence, which was held on Tuesday 21 June 2016.
You can view full details of the event on the conference programme.
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- What counts and what matters – Professor Ray Land.
- Research-informed teaching – Professor Myra Conway.
- Inspiring not insipid – Harry West and Marcela Usmari Moraes.
- Connected curricula – Gerry Rice.
- Connecting learning and research – Professor Martin Boddy.
- Leading excellence in learning – Professor Jane Harrington.
- On line examination – Dr Alison Hooper.
- Tablet-based summative assessment – Dr Chris Moore.
- Strategies for academic success – Jackie Chelin.
- The pivotal role of language and talking in excellent teaching – Sue Hughes.
- Assessment feedback – Mandy Lee et al.
- Implementing the flipped classroom – Dr Ben Drew and Dr Catherine Hobbs.
- Enhancing links between research and teaching – Professor Olena Doran.
- Connectivity, reflection and personalisation – Manuel Frutos-Perez.
- Win! Win! Win! A case study of student/tutor/researcher/technician collaboration – Michael Horswell et al.
- Passion, compassion and waltzing around the theory/practice nexus – Dr Sarah Hills et al.
- Meeting the requirement for consideration of ESD (education for sustainable development) – Dr Georgina Gough.
- Editor for an hour – Myra Evans and Dr Sally Reardon.
- Enhancing the student learning experience – Adam Sheppard and Oliver Haslam.
- Using technology to enable collaboration and team work – Glenn Duckworth.
- Learning from the Avebury landscape in virtual and augmented realities – Professor Liz Falconer et al.
- What we talk about when we talk about research into teaching – Richard Bond.
- A route from NHS research to NHS development in genomics – Professor Aniko Varadi.
- Welcome to the pedagogic borderlands – Dr Jennifer Hill and Harry West.
- Designing for discussion: how we designed an online distance-learning course to sustain an active community of learners (poster available soon) – Erik Stengler et al.
- Augmented reality: can it enhance the student learning experience? – John Sumpter and EIC.
- Developing creative thinking through open ended outcomes – Ros Steward.
- Using synchronous online virtual spaces for small-group collaboration with students undertaking practice placements – Emma Douglass.
- Evaluation of the flipped classroom approach (poster available soon) – Kathryn Last.
- A rose by any other name would smell as sweet: nomenclature and CPD frameworks at UWE Bristol – John Barker.
- Bristol ParkHive – Reaching Out – David Smith.
- We want teaching excellence but do we reward and recognise it? – Vivien Rolfe.
- Making confidential portfolios available 24/7: how the Sports Rehabilitation clinic is embracing the future now – Russell Brookes.
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