CELT is very pleased to share the programme of the Festival of Learning and Teaching for June 2016! There are over 50 events, workshops and talks taking place, so there is something for everyone.
We’ve categorised the events to 6 themes –
- Learning Environment
- Student Success
- Quality Enhancement
- Professional Development
We’ll be offering a prize draw entry to anyone who attends three or more Festival sessions. You can also use attendance at the Festival sessions to form a basis for aFLEX portfolio which you can use for credit towards a PGC in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, or an MA in Higher Education, or to support an application forHigher Education Academy professional recognition. Collaborative partners and other guests are welcome to attend sessions.
Go to www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/festival/ to see all the events and to book.
Creative Support for Reflection and Assessment – Complexities in Assessment – Skills Fair – How to… set up your first digital portfolio – Academic Study Skills: Critical reading and writing – Distance Working – Interdisciplinary Collaboration – Academic Study Skills: Presentation Skills – Digital Portfolios – What’s your curriculum for? Embedding Sustainability – An Introduction to Moodle 3 – Delivering an Inclusive Curriculum – Augmented Reality – a concept too far? – Learning Through Objects – Making your Moodle areas more student-friendly – Personalising Education – Academic Study Skills: Masters Level Writing – Induction Challenge – Extending Your Practice – Learning & Teaching in Computing, Maths & Digital Technology – Supporting Transitions – Interdisciplinary Teaching – How to … use video with your students – Play your Mods Right – Stand and Deliver? – OMG Manchester – Steps to Internationalisation – Academic Study Skills: Planning Demystified – Pedagogic Research in HE drop in session – A will to learn … – Academic Study Skills: Exam Techniques – Planning for PARM (Preparing your documentation) – CARPE Learning Lab – Ready Steady Teach – Academic Study Skills – Novel approaches – What’s your story: using collaborative story-making to enhance learning – How to… do basic video editing for your teaching