Designing & Delivering Engaging Presentations: Roundtable
City (Owen 920), 9th June 10:00-10:55
An opportunity to come and discuss ways to improve your presentation design and delivery. Share examples of things that have been working well for you or listen to others examples and seek advice.
Designing & Delivering Engaging Presentations
City (Owen 920), 16th May 10:00-10:55
Collegiate (HC.0.32), 9th June 14:00-14:55
Online, 20th June 13:00-13:55
This session looks at various tools, methods and design techniques for creating more engaging presentations. Additional takeaway and training resources are provided following this session that can be used in your presentations and to help you continue with developing your own presentation design skills.
Producing engaging and integral bite-size pre-recorded teaching
City (Owen 920), 9th May 14:00-14:55
Collegiate (HC.0.15), 30th May 10:00-10:55
Online: 4th July 13:00-13:55
In this session we’ll look at how to put into practice some techniques for creating pre-recorded materials that encourage engagement from students and integrate well with the wider module, including how to add interactivity to recordings and methods for bridging learning between recordings and live activities.
Reflecting on / lessons learned from delivering teaching remotely: Roundtable
This session will provide an opportunity to reflect on digital learning delivery during the pandemic and hear from and share your own thoughts of colleagues from across the university. Participants will be encouraged to identify practices to keep, ones to adjust, and ones to abandon.
Transitioning back to face-to-face delivery
City (Owen 920), 12th May 10:00-10:55
Collegiate (HC.0.15), 20th May 14:00-14:55
Online, 7th July 10:00-10:55
This session will look at transitioning back to face-to-face teaching, including digital practices that are suited to f2f situations and how to make the most of the equipment in most teaching rooms. As many students will have been mainly taught online for the past two years, the session will also look at some techniques to ease them back into face-to-face teaching too.
Formative assessment and feedback
30th June, 15:00-15:55 – this session has been cancelled – to be rescheduled
Collegiate (HC.0.16), 13th July, 12:00-12:55
Online, 7th September 10:00-10:55
This session will outline the benefits of formative assessment and its impact on improving student learning. It will develop your understanding of the potential uses of, the best practice for, and how to make informed choices about technologies in supporting formative assessment and feedback approaches.
Designing relevant, creative and challenging activities and assessments
Collegiate (HC.0.16), 7th June 11:00-12:30 (subject to change)
City (Owen 920), 16th June 10:00-11:30 (subject to change)
Come along and engage in a discussion with colleagues who have turned their backs on traditional assessments and seen student attainment and satisfaction improve almost overnight.