Sign up for new online workshops
You can now sign up for the latest Share, Adopt, Adapt Workshops (SAAW) after they were relaunched in an online format.
Staff are invited to share their experiences on a range of relevant issues through the new online workshops
The new series will continue to examine and showcase best practice across the University, as well as address new challenges posed by covid-19 restrictions.
Staff will be invited to share their experiences on a range of relevant issues, including the use of new technologies, online teaching and learning models, assessment and opportunities.
They will be jointly run by the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) and the Teaching, Innovation and Practice in Student Education Community (TiPS).
Each presenter will speak for about 10 minutes before answering questions from the audience.
The first online SAAW, held today (Thursday 16 July), covered the Student Centred Active Learning Approach (SCALA) to online hybrid teaching, led by Dr Dave Lewis, Dr Charlotte Haigh, Dr Chris Randall and Dr Sue Whittle, of Biosciences.
Sign up for coming events
Wednesday 22 July, 1pm – Language Centre Experiences of Pre-Sessional Teaching in 2020, led by Laura Richards, Natasha Rust, Lauri Essien and Roya Alimalayeri.
Staff from the Language Centre will share their experiences teaching differently sized groups of international students in preparation for their studies at Leeds.
Tuesday 28 July, 2pm – Assessment in 2020, with Dr Bridgette Bewick, Dr Emma Pittard and Dr Alison Voice.
Dr Bewick will report on student experiences of assessment during the covid-19 pandemic, before Dr Pittard and Dr Voice speak about their experiences using online grading system Gradescope.
More dates to follow.Posted in: University news