The academic team from the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CFIE) ran an interactive seminar at the International Enterprise Educators Conference ...
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The following post was written by Dr. Isabel Hopwood-Stephens, a TESTA Researcher. As one of the TESTA researchers attached to ...
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Some of the BILT team have shared their first experiences of university and offered some advice to all our new ...
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During our smooth, buffer-free Skype call, Senior Lecturer in Design Thinking Ann Padley and I chatted about the fresh take ...
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Sam Hitchmough, Director of Teaching and Senior Lecturer in American Indian History Historians of any field constantly grapple with a ...
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With the new focus on curriculum development, BILT has expanded its team! Firstly, we have two new members of the ...
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Welcome to a new academic year! BILT are expanding our activities this year, while building on key areas of existing ...
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We've pulled together all the blogs that we've published and organised them into five categories: teaching practices; event summaries; musings; ...
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We sent round bookmarks to academic staff outlining five new things they could try in their teaching - this post ...
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Yesterday, after an excruciating three-week wait, it was the Education Services Charity Bake Off Final. I had made it through ...
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The following post was written by Alison Blaxter, a BILT Associate and Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Vet School. It’s ...
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Dundee, 26th June 2019 There were two masterclasses running in Dundee - an introductory and an advanced session.  This was ...
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The following piece was written by Helen Heath, a BILT Fellow, Reader in Physics and (soon to be!) University Education ...
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion or EDI for short seems to be at the top of every University list of things ...
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Rumour had it that both the teaching and assessment on the third-year English Literature Celebrity Cultures module was pushing boundaries ...
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The student hackathon continued last week, looking at the theme ‘Balancing wellbeing, freedom, independence and success’, with students exploring concepts ...
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Lisa Howarth is a BILT Student Fellow, working on the theme ‘Making the Most of our Teaching Spaces’ at the ...
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The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. About a year ...
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The 2019 Bristol Teaching Awards took place on Wednesday 12th June, with colleagues from across the institution coming together to ...
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Alan is a highly distinguished scholar, currently working as Professor of Child Health in Bristol Medical School at the University ...
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Surely a 2:1 by any other name would be as sweet? Numerical grading of assessments is something that has bothered ...
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The following post was written by Fabienne Vailes, Language Director for French at the University of Bristol, holder of a ...
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“I tell them about where I live and why I live there. I tell them why I teach.  And I ...
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Bruce Macfarlane is Head of the School of Education and author of 'Freedom to Learn at University'. He delivered a ...
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