The Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series sees its next instalment. Student Fellow Rhona speaks to Madhu Krishnan, Professor of African, World and Comparative Literatures in the Department of English. Professor ...
In this instalment of the Decolonising the Curriculum interview series, BILT Student Fellows Rhona Wilkinson and Sama Zou’bi talk with Leon Tikly, Professor in Education and UNESCO Chair in Inclusive, ...
An interview with Emily describing the use of a face to face and then online CafeBio for students to meet each other and interact. ...
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Francesco Fornetti, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has been shortlisted for the Inspiring and Innovative Teaching Award for the Faculty of Engineering, with multiple ...
Robin Shields, a Professor of Education in the School of Education, has been shortlisted for the Inspiring and Innovative Teaching Award in the Faculty of Social Sciences. He shared his ...
In this interview for the Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series, BILT Student Fellow Rhona Wilkinson talks with Jini Agbu, the President of the AfroLit Society. The AfroLit Society is a student group dedicated ...
In the first  Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series BILT Student Fellow Rhona Wilkinson talks with with Lauren Hutfield, a final year Politics and International Relations student. Lauren worked with others within the University ...
In Autumn 2019, Professor Lee Marshall from SPAIS was awarded a BILT Teaching Innovation Grant to organise mindfulness lessons for 1st year Sociology students. Why did you set up this ...
Lisa Howarth is a BILT Student Fellow, working on the theme ‘Making the Most of our Teaching Spaces’ at the University of Bristol. As she comes to the end of ...
Alan is a highly distinguished scholar, currently working as Professor of Child Health in Bristol Medical School at the University of Bristol. Alan has worked on many high-profile studies, including ...
Bruce Macfarlane is Head of the School of Education and author of 'Freedom to Learn at University'. He delivered a BILT Education Excellence Seminar in May 2019 that can be ...
Dr Alex Forsythe has been an educator and psychologist since 2003 and among her various accomplishments, she is Senior Lecturer at University of Liverpool, Senior Fellow of the Higher Education ...
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Discussing the use of Near-peer learning to support student learning, engagement between year groups and development of transferable skills. ...
Interview with Michaela Borg (Nottingham Trent University) discussing an enquiry based active learning approach called SCALE-UP to support student engagement, attendance and attainment. ...
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Professor Ron Barnett delivered a interesting and amusing seminar on the topic 'Global Citizenship: Feasible utopia or a dangerous mirage?' as part of our 2017/18 Education Excellence Series. The seminar ...
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We spoke to Chris Rust, Professor Emeritus of Oxford Brookes University and author of ‘Assessment Literacy: The Foundation for Improving Student Learning’ and numerous other publications on assessment and pedagogy. ...
Today I had the opportunity to interview with Kris Roger, who, with his colleague, presented an interesting and informative lecture on the transformation of learning spaces at LSE at the second ...
This interview  is with Naomi Winstone, who presented an excellent seminar on maximising the impact of feedback in March 2018. Naomi has helped to implement a new feedback system in ...
We interviewed Tansy Jessop, TESTA Project co-founder and Professor of  Research Informed Teaching at Southampton Solent University. Please note: the interview below has been transcribed from an audio recording. What are ...