As lecturer in learning and teaching responsible for the PGCTHE, I keep an eye out for new resources to help our staff teach effectively online. This includes externally-provided webinars, toolkits, publications and other resources. Because active learning is high on our university agenda, I’m particularly keen to share guidance for moving active learning online. Below I’ve listed items that came to my attention in the past week. In the interest of clarity, our policy is to show the titles and descriptions in the language of delivery.
- 18/9/2020 Faculty of Education, University of Education, “The Post-Pandemic University”
- 24/9/2020 Advance HE, “Progressing race equality: Action, Allyship and Anti-Racism”
- 7/10/2020 Transforming Assessment, “Examiner judgement in competency based assessment – The session explores the consistency of examiners’ judgements on the robustness of the decisions made in high-stakes summative competency-based assessment (CBA). Strategies for mitigating inconsistencies are explored. Examples from medical education are used.”
- Advance HE. “Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates”
- Armellini, A. (17 July 2019) “An update on Active Blended Learning at the University of Northampton” and “Active Blended Learning – a definition”
- Healey, M., Matthews, K., and Cook-Sather, A. (2020) Writing about Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Creating and Contributing to Scholarly Conversations across a Range of Genres. “The book arises from an article we published last year on “Writing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Articles for Peer-Reviewed Journals” (Healey, Matthews, and Cook-Sather 2019). Our aim in the book”
- Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, University of Northampton, “Active Blended Learning – a definition”
- Jisc. (27/8/2020) “Digital learning rebooted – From fixes to foresight: Jisc and Emerge Education insights for universities and startups”
- Palmer, E., Lomer, S and Bashliyska, I. (2017) Overcoming barriers to student engagement with Active Blended Learning
- University Teaching Academy, Manchester Metropolitan University. “Peer Observation for Teaching and Learning”
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