CELT’s Workshop Programme

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CELT’s 2016/2017 Teaching and Learning Essentials (TALE) workshop programme is open to all academic colleagues at MMU, as well as professional and technical services colleagues working in student facing roles. There are sessions on key themes such as personal tutoring, assessment, student confidence and employability, as well as sessions such as, group work, digital interactivity in lectures and learning through objects to refresh teaching practice. Here is the link to view the programme and book a place http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/tale/index.php

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TALE Autumn Workshop Programme

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It is a new term, and CELT’s Teaching and Learning Essentials (TALE) programme is back!

TALE workshops are of particular interest to associate lecturers (ALs), academics, graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) and professional and technical staff involved with supporting student learning.

We are also excited to introduce new workshops developed with partners across the university, including MMU Special Collections, the Disability Service, Counselling and Wellbeing service, and LRT.

Here is the full autumn programme:

3Ps (Planning, Preparation and Purpose)
Wed 21st Sept, 9:30-15:30, Cheshire campus
Introduces session planning, inclusive practice, learning levels and writing learning outcomes. There is also opportunity to explore creative ways to deliver teaching and evaluate that learning has happened. Book online.

Transition into Higher Education
Thurs 29th Sept, 10:00-12:00
This is the ideal time of year to attend CELT’s Transitions into Higher Education workshop. We’ll consider the student experience as they move into Higher Education and generates practical techniques to promote a positive transition. Book online.

Introduction to Unit Leadership
Wed 5th Oct, 14:00-16:00
Outlines the role and responsibilities of unit leaders, highlight useful resources and provide opportunities for questions and answers. Book online.

Microteaching
Thurs 6th & 13th Oct, 9:30-15:30, Cheshire Campus
Microteaching is a two-day intensive follow on workshop, which practically applies many of the skills introduced in 3Ps -Planning, Preparation and Purpose. This workshop is highly experiential using microteaching, peer review and action learning techniques to develop practice.
Only available to people who have completed 3Ps Book online.

Group Work
Mon 17th Oct, 10:00-12:00
Shares techniques for organising seminars/group work and provides creative space to design interactive activities for use in teaching or supporting learning. Book online.

Introduction to Assessment, Marking and Feedback
Wed 19th Oct, 10:00-12:00
Are you new (or relatively new) to marking and assessment? Do you want to know more about marking practices and standardisation at MMU? Then the introduction to assessment workshop is the ideal CPD option for you. This practical session includes an opportunity to do some marking, work as a member of a marking team and to write developmental feedback. There will be opportunities to share your experiences and learn from other members of the group. Book online.

New Digital Interactivity in Lectures
Tues 25th Oct, 10:00-12:00
Introduces a number of freely available and user-friendly software options to increase student interactivity in lectures. Options explored include polling systems, MMU video options, text wall etc. Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by Learning and Research Technologies and CELT

Engaging and Supporting Disabled Students
Thur 27th Oct, 9:30-12:00
Contextualises how MMU works to provide an inclusive experience for disabled students in their learning and assessment activities. The workshop will look at processes and procedures in place whilst keeping the sense of student learning central to discussions. Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by The Disability Service and CELT.

Tools and Techniques for Personal Tutoring
Fri 28th Oct, 13:00-15:00
Explores how to use coaching approaches in personal tutoring and some useful techniques for managing difficult conversations with students. Book online.

New Introduction to Counselling, Health and Wellbeing Services
Thurs 3rd Nov, 10:00-11:00
Provides an overview to counselling, health and wellbeing services available to students at MMU. The session considers some scenarios in learning and teaching contexts to explore how and when to refer students to professional services. Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by the Counselling and Wellbeing service and CELT

New Assessment at MMU
Fri 4th Nov, 11:00-12:00
Are you an experienced academic used to marking student work? Do you want to know more about assessment practice and the resources available at MMU? Then this is the session for you. Book online.

Managing Large Groups
Wed 9th Nov, 10:00-12:00
Considers strategies to optimise the learning potential when working with larger groups. The session will also consider how to promote positive student behaviours. Book online.

3Ps (Planning, Preparation and Purpose)
Mon 14th Nov, 10:00-16:00
Purpose introduces session planning, inclusive practice, learning levels and writing learning outcomes. There is also opportunity to explore creative ways to deliver teaching and evaluate that learning has happened. Book online.

New Introduction to Employability
Wed 23rd Nov, 10:00-11:00
Defines employability in a Higher Education context and highlights the services, support and opportunities available at MMU, so that you can best support your students. This introductory session is appropriate for colleagues with little or no experience of employability. Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by Careers and Employability and CELT.

Microteaching
Mon 28th Nov & 12th Dec, 10:00-16:00
Microteaching is a two-day intensive follow on workshop, which practically applies many of the skills introduced in 3Ps -Planning, Preparation and Purpose. This workshop is highly experiential using microteaching, peer review and action learning techniques to develop practice.
Only available to people who have completed 3Ps Book online.

Engaging with Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
Mon 5th Dec, 13:00-15:00, Special Collections
This is an introductory level workshop for all practitioners involved in supporting student learning. You will learn about ESD in national and institutional contexts. You will also identify your role in educating MMU students for responsible futures. Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by Special Collections, Science and the Environment and CELT

New Helping Students in Distress
Thurs 8th Dec, 10:00-12:00
Considers the practical techniques and effective referrals that staff can use to support students in distress. The session considers mental health & well-being perspectives in learning and teaching contexts.  Book online.
Co-developed and delivered by the Counselling and Wellbeing service and CELT

For more information, go to www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/tale

Festival of Learning and Teaching: Programme Available Now!

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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 –

It is easy to select events according to which campus you’d like to attend on as well. Simply select Crewe or Manchester to filter the results.

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.

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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