Teaching and Learning Reading Group

Event Date March 28, 2019 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Location – TC103 and online: http://bit.ly/TLreading

All staff are invited to join the Teaching and Learning Reading Group. Each month the group meets, via webinar and in person, to discuss an article or chapter of pedagogic literature.

March discussion

  • Flint, A., & Millard, L. (2018). ‘Interactions with purpose’: Exploring staff understandings of student engagement in a university with an ethos of staff-student partnership. International Journal for Students As Partners, 2(2), 21-38. Available at: https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v2i2.3410

Cakes/snacks are provided (including gluten free/vegan options), just bring yourself and your thoughts on the reading!

Note on online access:
The online meeting link will take you to the Teaching and Learning Reading Group space on Microsoft Teams. This has a webinar feature that we will be using to facilitate online participation. When a live webinar meeting is in session you will see a link to join that chat. Feel free to join in – you can use a webcam/mic to talk or just watch and type your responses if you don’t have access to the necessary hardware or if you’d prefer not to talk out loud.

All the meetings will be recorded and available in the team space to watch back later. In between times please feel free to post any thoughts about the readings, responses to the meetings, other interesting articles, etc.

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