The Autumn and Spring term workshops are now open for registrations. Workshops run from 12.30-2.00pm. Tea and coffee will be available; please feel free to bring your own lunch.
Autumn Workshops 2017:
- Embedding Embedding employability into teaching: The Sociology experience
Speakers: Ruth Penfold Mounce, Daryl Martin, Rosie Smith, Clare Jackson, Vicky Barton and Katy Mann Benn
Summary: The Sociology experience
Date and Location: Thursday 2nd November 2017, Room W/N/307
- Integrating problem-based learning into programmes: practicalities, ideas and potential benefits
Speakers: Scott Slorach, Director of Learning and Teaching in the York Law School
Summary: Practical perspectives and ideas on the design and integration of problem-based learning into UG and PG curricula
Date and Location: Friday 17th November 2017 (Room RCH/103)
Spring Workshops 2018:
- An introduction to digital literacy: what does a digitally literate student look like?
Speakers: Susan Halfpenny and Michelle Blake, Library and Archives
Summary: What does a digitally literate student look like?
Date and Location: Tuesday 30th January 2018, Room H/G/21
- Inclusive learning and teaching environments
Speaker: Claire Shanks, Disability Services
Summary: This World Café workshop approach will provide an opportunity to share opinions and good practice in terms of inclusive learning and teaching
Date and Location: Thursday 15th February 2018, Room P/T/007
Summer Workshops 2018:
To be confirmed.