Appointment of 2020/21 Student Fellows – Meet the Fellows
We are delighted to announce the appointment of 4 new Student Fellows for 2020/21. The Student Fellows will be working on the themes of building inclusive online communities, assessment and feedback, students as researchers, and decolonisation. Our Fellows this year comprise Chloe Reed completing an MA in English Literature, Rhona Wilkinson studying an MSc in International Development, Jonny Barnes undertaking an MSc in Education and Michelle Jideofor a 3rd year undergraduate studying Civil Engineering. Click on their names above to find out more about them in their introductory blogs ‘Meet the Student Fellows’.
Online ‘Blended Learning Experience’ Student Hackathon
Please share these details with undergraduate students through your available channels. We are looking for approx. 15 undergraduate students from all years and faculties, this includes those undertaking their course entirely online or through a combination of online and face to face learning, to take part in our half day online hackathon on Wednesday 18th November from 1:30pm – 5pm. Interested students can find out more and complete a short expression of interest through MyOpportunities by midnight on Sunday 15th November.
Final call for NFT and CATE expressions of interest
The deadline for those wishing to submit an expression of interest (EOI) for the National Teaching Fellowship or Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence schemes is 9am on Monday 16th November. Find out more about the schemes and details on how to complete an initial EOI on the BILT website.
Applied Pedagogies for Higher Education – Real World Learning and Innovation across the Curriculum
BILT’s very own Mohammad Golam Jamil (TESTA Researcher) has co-edited a book which responds to the increased emphasis on applied learning in higher education. Find out more about the book, the process of developing it and where you can access it on our ‘New arrival: Real World Learning book’ blog post.
Contribute ideas for this year’s Bristol Teaching Awards celebration event
Planning has begun for the Bristol Teaching Awards 2021, including how we can best organise an online celebration event to recognise and thank shortlisted staff and announce award winners. We would love to make this online event truly special and celebratory, and we therefore welcome your ideas so we can ensure it is as good, if not better than the face to face event. If you have any ideas or suggestions for optimising this online celebration event please provide your comments below. The BILT Team will be reviewing your feedback as part of the BTA planning process. Many thanks for your contributions.
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