TILT ALTC

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In 2016, the TILT Annual Learning and Teaching Conference celebrated and explored the outputs from the Trent Institute for Learning and Teaching since its launch at the 2015 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference.

  • From: Tuesday 5 July 2016, 12 am
  • To: Tuesday 5 July 2016, 12 am
  • Location: Newton building, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

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Transforming learning through scholarship

TILT Annual Learning and Teaching Conference

This event took place on Tuesday 5 July 2016.

We were delighted to host our biggest conference programme to date, which featured a keynote address by Professor Dilly Fung, Director of the Centre for Advancing Learning and Teaching, University College London.

Resources from the event are available via the multimedia tab above.

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If you have any questions regarding the event, please email Ruth Anderton or Wendy O'Neill, or telephone +44 (0)115 848 4375 / 8190.

Programme

TILT ALTC 2016 Conference Resources

Senior Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Eunice Simmons – presentationPDF icon

Keynote presentation, Professor Dilly Fung, University College London – A vision for 'good' education: towards a Connected Curriculum(presentation)PDF icon

Resources from Parallel Sessions 

Morning Parallel Sessions
Active and enquiry-based approaches to learning and teaching.Gareth Williams, Nicky-Jane Kerr-Gilbert et al
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Do something different.
David Fairhurst, Dan Brown, et al (TILT Multidisciplinary Group)
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Enhancing learning using authentic artefacts.
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‘Experts by Experience’: Students talk about improving attainment at University.
Lisa Clughen
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Exploring the relationship between group identification and well-being in new NTU students.Juliet Wakefield
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Utilising the theory and practice of Youth Transition to foster student employability: A case study, BA Youth Studies.
Anne Owen, Angela Vesey
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InteractivityWhat’s the worst that could happen?David Ellicott, Faye Taylor, Jake Bennett
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Transforming learning through creative academic practice.Graham Thomas, Sarah Davies, et al (TILT Creativity Group)
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Student engagement: Strategies for developing a sense of belonging.
Paula O’Brien (University of Lincoln)
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International students’ perceptions into the effectiveness of flipped learning in developing academic language and literacies.Walter Nowlan
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Flip on this: Using flipped classroom learning and online recorded lectures to transform the educational experience.Kerry Gough
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Embedding blogging as a way of fostering greater student engagement, collaboration and ownership of learning.David Hindley
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Enhancing students’ understanding through flipped learning techniques to strengthen conceptual thinking.
Chris Sweetman (New College Nottingham)
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Pressing issues of our time, and collaborative doodling: A shared session.
Farida Makki, Holly Mills, Ana Souto
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How to integrate community and estates projects in your teaching.TILT Education for Sustainable Futures Group (Chaired by Dr Petra Molthan-Hill)
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“TILT-ing up” student engagement: Assisting UG students with exam revision through coursework.Shiva Sivasubramaniam
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Improving student success through a personalised and integrated tutorial process.Belinda Ferguson, Stephen Wheelhouse, et al
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Using visual imagery to enhance reflective techniques in transformational learning and increase student engagement whilst on work placements.Sue McKinnon (New College Nottingham)
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Afternoon Parallel Sessions
OMG I didn’t know you could do that… (Technology-based tips to enhance student learning).Karen Moss, Marek Oledzki et al (TILT Technology in Learning and Teaching Group)
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Dimensions of scholarly activity in employability from different disciplines.Vanessa Cui, James Hind, et al (TILT Assessment of Work Based Learning & Employability Group)
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In praise of zero credit modules.Jane Scivier
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Great expectations: practical actions to overcome psychosocial barriers to attainment.Sarah Lawther
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Interactive teaching – From gimmicks to useful tools.Eva Zysk
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Building student-led learning opportunities within the curriculum.Sarah Gibbons, Adam Smith, Angela Vickerstaff
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Developing the students’ journey through the use of Team building, ‘Grand Challenges’ and ePortfolios.
Debra Easter, Carla Lees-Limb
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Inspiration and transformation: Motivating law students to engage with transferable skills to transform their future employability prospects.Helen Avis, Helen Taylor
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Dweck’s Mindset theory in practice; transforming attitudes, behaviours and learning.Bev Cook, Udaramati Pope
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Developing effective partnerships with SSS to transform practice in supporting students.Sara Baldwin, Sarah Bustard
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Learning spaces at NTU: The way forward.Rob Mortimer, Mark Toole (TILT Learning Spaces Group)
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The theory and practice of developing professional guidance skills via blended learning.Jo McFadden, Anne Owen
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Becoming information literate (or How I learned to stop Googling and love Library OneSearch).Jane Challinor, Louise Griffiths, Emma Hayes
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Developing processes to improve pedagogy in HE through ungraded and developmental peer observations of teachingDamian Fidler (NCN)
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Location details

Room/Building:

Newton building, Nottingham Conference Centre

Address:

Nottingham Trent University
City Campus
Burton Street
Nottingham
NG1 4BU

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