HE STEM (engineering): workshop for postgraduate students who teach

The workshop is designed for postgraduate students who are new to teaching in Engineering. It will be delivered by experienced academics who are subject specialists in education and Engineering and the content and delivery will be discipline specific. There will also be a Moodle site with activities and resources to support your learning.


11.00 - 12.00 Professional Development and the HEA, Nigel Purcell, Academic Lead, UKPSF and Recognition
12.00 - 1.00 LUNCH
1.00 - 2.00 Assessment and Feedback, Karen Fraser, Academic Development, Higher Education Academy
2.00 - 2.20 Coffee break
2.20 - 3.20 Teaching for Diversity
3.20 - 4.20 Small Group Teaching
4.20 CLOSE

Pre-session preparation: Prepare a short (2 pages) outline of teaching activity you are involved in, including, topic, style of delivery, intended student learning outcomes, and any challenges faced. Don’t feel you have to get this right: the more messy issues, the better. And if you are wondering about something, you can guarantee that others are too – if you mention it, you’ll be saving them the effort!
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