Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2015

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Nottingham Trent University Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2015

  • From: Tuesday 31 March 2015, 12 am
  • To: Tuesday 31 March 2015, 12 am
  • Location: CPLD Suite, Chaucer building, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT

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Proceedings and resources from the 2015 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference can be downloaded via the 'Multimedia' tab. The programme is available via the programme tab.

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Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2015

Enquiring minds: learning through research and enquiry

The Annual Learning and Teaching Conference took place on Tuesday 31 March. Many thanks to all who attended and contributed. Scroll down to access PowerPoint presentations, films, handouts, Prezi and Padlet links or; view the proceedings.PDF icon

Professor Edward Peck, Vice-Chancellor
View the Vice-Chancellors' Welcome Address

Professor Eunice Simmons, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
Trent Institute for Learning and TeachingPowerPoint icon
View the Pro Vice-Chancellors' presentation

Keynote Address, Professor Mick Healey
Engaging undergraduates in research and inquiry: From first year to final year.PowerPoint icon
Engaging undergraduate students in research and inquiry: From first year to final year.PDF icon
Document to accompany ALTC 2015 keynote address (Professor Mick Healey)
View the Keynote

Parallel Sessions

A1
Undergraduate students' perceptions and experiences of research in their disciplinesPowerPoint icon
Vanessa Cui and Demi Sheppey

Learning to 'fail: Changing student mindset to develop the learning resilience required for research and enquiry in HE.PowerPoint icon
Session activity handoutWord icon
Udaramati Pope

A2
Developing students as researchers: A practical guide to getting undergraduate students to disseminate and publish their work.PowerPoint icon
Mark Griffiths

A3
Live lessons: Using live video links to observe and evaluate lessons.PowerPoint icon
Doreen Connor

Using Vodcasts to enhance teaching: Experience of using SPUR students.PowerPoint icon
Daniel King

A4
Visual learning? Research adds colour to the student experience.PowerPoint icon
Carol Hall

Research in the real world: Working with students in a river in the bleak mid winter.PowerPoint icon
supporting document.Word icon
Session Padlet
Rachel Stubbington

B1
From pedagogy to andragogy: Self-directed learning and employability (Prezi)
Session Padlet
Jane Challinor

Development of an educational card-game to aid student understanding of chemical analytical instrumentation.PowerPoint icon
Mike Coffey

B2
Personalising feedback to support student research and enquiry across the disciplinesPowerPoint icon
Session Padlet
Learning and Teaching Coordinators Network

B3
Readers and reading in postcolonial literature: The impact of undergraduate research assistants on large research projects(Padlet)
Jenni Ramone

B4
Evaluating the international learning experience: What works, what doesn't, why do it?PowerPoint icon
Session Padlet
Clare Newstead

The role of psychological literacy in enhancing the student experience.PowerPoint icon
Gareth Williams

Location details

Room/Building:

CPLD Suite, Chaucer building

Address:

Nottingham Trent University
City Campus
Goldsmith Street
Nottingham
NG1 5LT

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