This event is the first of our Summer 2020 series: ‘Your blend: opportunities and challenges in blended learning and teaching’, hosted by the Centre for Learning & Teaching.
Join us for this fast-paced programme of lightning talks where staff who teach, or support learning and teaching, share with colleagues their practical tips and positive experiences of moving to online teaching in response to Covid-19. We’ll find out what went well, what worked (and what didn’t) and explore aspects of teaching online that may change the way we approach learning and teaching in the next academic year – and beyond.
Book your place to this online (Teams) event by emailing Sue Watts at: email@example.com.
|13:30||Intro and housekeeping||Andy Pitchford||CLT|
|13:35||Tend to what matters …||Sheree Bekker||Health||Sheree shares her approach to centring what matters: simple, robust, and accessible methods that provide consistency in uncertain times.|
|13:40||Using Padlet as a resource in online teaching||Deborah Brewis||Management|
|13:45||From here to there…achieving the Bath Blend||Steve Cayzer||Mechanical Engineering|
|13:50||Asking for opinions…remote online undergraduate assessment and administration||Dave Carbery||Chemistry||Undergraduate project units have an exceptional level of staff input in terms supervision, assessment data generated, time taken and overall logistics. Chemistry has combined the use of online survey methodology with modern data analytics to turn a process which had the ability to generate unwanted human errors into a rapid and dependable operation.|
|13:55||Experiments with annotation||Anna Young||Mechanical Engineering||In maths-heavy courses, a common teaching method is to go through an example on the whiteboard/visualiser during a lecture. Colleagues in Mechanical Engineering have been exploring different methods for replicating this when delivering remote lectures.|
|14:00||Building an online community of learners||Anne-Catherine Mechler||Skills Centre||Anne-Catherine shares her experiences from teaching an online intensive French language course, including how she aimed to build a sense of community with her students.|
|14:05||Q & A (event closes 14:30)||Andy Pitchford||CLT|
Date(s) - 07/07/2020
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Not applicable – WEBINAR
Event Speaker/Organiser: Centre for Learning & Teaching Course Code: Topic: Online teaching Digital Capability: All UKPSF: All RDF: Target Audience: All
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