Realising Teaching Excellence at the University of Worcester blog

New posts to the Realising Teaching Excellence blog include:

Beyond Boundaries – a reflection on the Learning and Teaching Conference held on 15th and 16th June 2017.

Are perceptions of disability changed by involving service users and carers in qualifying health and social work training? An interesting and insightful example of research inspired teaching and learning, recently published in the Journal of Disability and Society.

Managing Effective Transition Experiences for Direct Entry and Top-Up Students

Read about a project group which has been established to develop good practice in managing the transition experience for direct entry students (particularly those progressing from HND/FD courses to Honours (Hons) Degree Top-Up).

First six weeks project – outcomes of a project to ascertain first year students’ views on their experiences during the first six weeks of study at the University.

Forthcoming Learning and Teaching conferences (as at May 2017) – details of forthcoming conferences in the UK and further afield that may be of interest to those working on projects and thinking about dissemination.

The URL for the blog is If you have something you would like to contribute to the blog, please contact Carolyn Nisbet or your Institute Learning and Teaching Lead.

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