December 16th, 2019
Plans for the University’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference are gathering pace and this year’s theme has now been confirmed.
This year, the conference will focus on “Teaching in 21st Century Higher Education: putting pedagogy at the heart of what we do”.
The event is the biggest so far and will take place over two days – starting on Tuesday 28 April 2020 and finishing on Wednesday 29 April 2020 – please save these dates in your diary!
Anyone involved in Teaching and Learning across the University is encouraged to sign up for the conference.
Day one will include keynote speeches by Professor Rowena Murray from the University of the West of Scotland as well as a number of discussion sessions and workshops.
Day two will be a sandpit event where people will have the opportunity to team up with colleagues who are interested in developing a research projects specifically orientated to teaching and learning and linked to the University’s strategic plan.
You’ll then have the chance to present your proposals to a panel in the afternoon. Two projects will be chosen to receive £5,000 funding each. You will then be expected to present your findings at the Teaching and Learning Conference in 2021.
Sign up to the Teaching and Learning Conference on Tuesday 28 April 2020 (login required)
Sign up to the sandpit event on Wednesday 29 April 2020 here (login required)
For more information about the conference, please email the Teaching and Learning Conference Working Group.
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