Teaching practices

Effective learning and teaching begins from the foundation of a good curriculum, where learning outcomes, assessment and feedback are all aligned. The overall experience can be improved dramatically, however, by equipping students with the skills and literacies necessary for successful learning, and you as staff with the knowledge, skills and methods for developing engaging teaching.

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Continually developing your approach to teaching can be a rewarding experience. This section provides opportunities for you to think creatively about your teaching practice.

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Making effective use of learning technologies to improve your teaching materials and content.

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Improve student participation

It can sometimes be difficult to encourage all students to get involved in a classroom activity, especially in a large lecture theatre. But there are ways to increase participation using various technologies and teaching styles.

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Personal tutoring

Helping you to identify strategies and approaches to become more effective as a personal tutor.

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Peer Observation of Teaching

This academic year (2016-2017) is the University's Peer Observation of Teaching Practice.

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