Department for Curriculum and Quality Enhancement

2017 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference programme

8.30 – 9.00

Registration and coffee  

Portland Atrium

9.00 – 9.40

Opening session: Welcome & Challenges of delivering the Education Strategy

Professor Paul Hayes, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education & Student Experience)

Richmond LT1

9.40 – 10.15

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Dr Harriet Dunbar-Morris

Richmond LT1

10.15 – 10.50

Apprenticeships Mark Cooper

Richmond LT1

10.50 – 11.20

Refreshments

Richmond LT1

11.20 – 11.55

The Digital Future  Dr Stephen Webb

Richmond LT1

12.00 – 13.00

Parallel sessions (choose one of the following when registering):

 

Distance Learning (practice & challenges) Anna Limpens

Buckingham 0.20

Learning Gains – Dr Emily Mason-Apps

Richmond LT2

Bridging Attainment Gaps Dr Jessica Gagnon / Dr Mary McKeever

Buckingham 3.06

Student Induction and Transition Simon Brookes / Dr Jason Oakley

Richmond 0.10

Hallmarks for Success Jacqui Adams / Maddy Worsley

Buckingham 3.05

What does good teaching look like? A student viewJames Belmonte / Dolapo Bolaji  (UPSU)

Richmond LT3

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch

 Portland Atrium

14.00 – 15.00

Keynote 

Civic Universities and Engaged Citizens – What is the role of Higher Education in the Age of Populism? – Professor Ellen Hazelkorn (Dublin Institute of Technology)

 

Richmond LT1

15.00 – 15.30

A series of TED Talks

Dr Sarah Charman – Institute of Criminal Justice Studies (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)

Naomi Morris – School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science)

Paul Lovejoy – Economics and Finance (Portsmouth Business School)

Ronel Beukman – School of Computing (Faculty of Technology)

Guido Robazza – Portsmouth School of Architecture (Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries)

Richmond LT1

15.30 – 15.35

Closing remark

Richmond LT1

15.35 – 17.00

Reception

Portland Atrium

 

Download: 2017 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference Programme