7 Characteristics of a Good University Teacher
The ‘7 Characteristics of a Good University Teacher’ seminar and workshop programme is now underway and proving to be very popular.
Lightboard in Engineering
The first event ' Lightboard in Engineering' was held at the Bay campus on Nov 22nd, delivered by Dr Richard Cobley and Dr Karin Enser from the College of Engineering.
Lightboard in Engineering 22 Nov 2017
Attendees saw a demonstration of teaching innovation at its best, in the form of an inspirational session on ‘Lightboard’. The session showed how many of the ‘7Cs’ can be met in the use of a particular approach. Read a blog post by Suzie Pugh summarising the features, benefits and potential application of Lightboard (within and outside of the Engineering field) or watch the video of the event here on E-Stream by clicking the button below.
More info about the '7C's' can be found here. We would love to hear from you if you would like to share as aspect of your teaching that meets one or more of the ‘7Cs’.
More Seminars and workshops are still to come . Save the following dates in your diaries !
Save the Date
Scenario Learning and Assessment : Closing the Gap
The next one will take place on Wednesday February 14th 2018 at the SALT training room at the Singleton Campus 1-2pm. It will be delivered by 2017 ELTA winner Jonathan Hinkin on the theme ‘Scenario Learning and Assessment: Closing the Gap’. A waiting list will be created if the event becomes fully booked, and the session will also be filmed and placed on SALT TV/ E-Stream.
There are only a few places left for this highly popular event, so to attend staff are encouraged to book a place by clicking on button below.
Save the date for the next 7Cs event, an ‘Audio Feedback’ workshop on Wed 14th March 2018 at the SALT training room at Singleton campus, led by Pete Hanratty and Sandy George from the Centre for Academic Success. More details and reservation link to follow, via SALT leads, our website, staff bulletins and our Twitter account @Susaltteam.