New posts to the Realising Teaching Excellence blog include:
University Teaching Development Projects: Progress Reports July 2017 – reports on key development projects, including, course leader project, research inspired teaching, student learning journeys, and transitions, and inclusive practice, and many more ….
Developing the Students as Academic Partners Scheme by reflecting on a High Impact Pedagogy model – 2017 has seen 24 projects selected for inclusion in the Students as Academic Partners (SAP) scheme and these will be reported upon at the start of the next academic year. In the meantime read about one highly successful project which was chosen to showcase the UW SAP scheme at the JISC Change Agents Network Conference at the University of Exeter in April 2017.
Inclusive praxis, the university moral imperative of our time – reflections on a conference hosted by Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL), an international organisation that facilitates cross-global learning in Higher Education, and on a RAISE special interest group, where the focus has been developing and embedding inclusivity within learning and teaching.
HEPI/Unite Students Reality Check report published – results from a survey carried out by HEPI/Unite examining university applicants’ attitudes and perceptions about the transition to life as a student.
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