Scholarship of Teaching and Learning talks


November 7th, 2022

New to the university in 2022/23, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Talks put contemporary issues in teaching and learning in Higher Education (HE) under the spotlight.

Each SoTL Talk focuses on a specific SoTL theme.

Through lively debate and discussion with panels of experts drawn from across the University, SoTL Talks traverse the boundaries of teaching and learning theory, policy, and practice to fully explore contemporary issues and live questions in teaching and learning and the student experience in the round.

In 2023, three SoTL Talks sessions will build up to and continue the conversation following this year’s Teaching and Learning Conference: Beyond satisfaction: Student Engagement and Partnership in Teaching and Learning, Wednesday 26 April 2023.

Delivered through MS Teams, each Spotlight Sessions will explore a key aspect of student engagement and / or partnership and distil insights, lessons learnt, and effective practice(s):

  • Session 1: Learning Community
    • Tuesday 7th February 2023, 1-2pm, click on this form to register for this session. A calendar invite will be circulated in due course.
  • Session 2: Student Belonging, Wellbeing and Mental Health
    • Thursday 2nd March 2023, 12-1pm, click on this form to express interest in this session. A confirmed date via a calendar invite will be sent to you as soon as is possible.
  • Session 3: Inclusive and Authentic Assessment
    • Wednesday 10th May 2023, 1-2pm, click on this form to express interest in this session. A confirmed date via a calendar invite will be sent to you as soon as is possible.

We look forward to seeing you at a SoTL Talk soon.

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