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Introductory Workshop in Learning and Teaching

 

 

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TLHE)

​The 

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TLHE) is intended for lecturers who are new or fairly new to teaching, or those who have teaching as a part of their wider role (e.g. research staff). It is also suitable for PhD students with teaching responsibilities and other colleagues with a role in supporting student learning (e.g. Information Services staff, technical demonstrators). 

This two day workshop 

provides participants with an introduction to teaching, learning and assessment in HE, preparing you to undertake a variety of teaching assignments in an efficient, effective manner and with confidence.​

'... this was hugely helpful in breaking down the science of teaching.' (2015 participant)

Following on from the course, participants who wish to do so can either:

 
  • seek academic credit for their learning by successfully completing the assignment for an associated 20 credit  module at level 7 (post-graduate M level).
  • seek recognition via the University Professional Recognition and Development Scheme

 
Both of these routes lead to the awarding of Higher Education Academy (HEA) Associate Fellowship. The modular route also provides credits which may be used as part of the PGCertifcate in Learning and Teaching in HE (please note that this route is subject to fulfilling certain requirments).
 
Upcoming iterations of the Teaching and Learning in HE two day workshop are on the following dates:
Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 December 2018, Explore Studio, Checkland Building, Falmer
Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 March 2019, Explore Studio, Checkland Building, Falmer
Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 June 2019, Explore Studio, Checkland Building, Falmer
 
 
If you would like to request a place for one of the above iterations of the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education two day course please click here
 

 Find out more

 
​Please contact John Canning​
 

 Module descriptor

 
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