Event Details

Target Audience: Probationers and any staff delivering learning and teaching, Staff supporting learning and teaching, Student-facing staff in professional services, Academic Reps

The session explores the key concepts underpinning student engagement theory and practice in UK higher education. We will discuss what student engagement means, and what it does not mean, in the context of the regulatory and literary frameworks that have been developed for UK HE. We will also explore how we can apply these ideas to our practice at Bath, what mechanisms are available to advance student engagement and what considerations we will need to make in order to achieve this.

Intended learning outcomes:
  •  Understand the core terminology of student engagement
  • Differentiate the different dimensions and aspects of student engagement
  • Appreciate the regulatory, pedagogic and institutional contexts of student engagement
  • Know what tools and support for student engagement are available at Bath
Student Engagement: Core Theory and Practice – 218

Date(s) - 26/05/2021
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Not applicable – WEBINAR

Event Speaker/Organiser: Andrew Eagleton/Lenka Banovcova
Course Code: CLT Professional Development Programme-218-2020-21
Curriculum Transformation: N/A
Bath Blend: N/A
Digital Capability: All
Target Audience: Staff who Teach and Research

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