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This course is designed to enable participants to begin to link educational practice, evidence and theory in order to design, deliver and evaluate courses and programmes for both undergraduates and taught postgraduates. It encourages participants to experiment with, and take a critical, scholarly stance on, different approaches to learning, teaching and assessment. Course workshops are designed to facilitate participants’ engagement with pedagogical literature, to challenge current approaches to teaching and to encourage planning for their further professional development in the learning and teaching arena.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
Course design and planning (assessment, resourcing, learning systems, evaluation) Reflective practice. Assessment: principles, practice and alternative approaches. Approaches to teaching in H.E. Online tutoring: participation in an online learning session, critical reflection on the process in the light of participants’ own teaching. Theories of learning: introduction to the main schools of thought; critical reflection on their use in candidates’ own teaching. Peer observation of teaching by a colleague from a different discipline.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1 x 2000 word reflective report: (33%) and 1 x 4000 word course planning report (67%).
There are no assessments for this course.