We're looking to expand our case studies collection! We are especially looking for colleagues who are doing large (>200!) group teaching and hybrid teaching. Do you think you have something ...
Resources Embedding Employability toolkit The Careers Service in collaboration with BILT have created this brilliant toolkit on how to embed employability within your curriculum. Illustrated with examples from inside the ...
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In a time of extended stress on mental health, small actions can salve a weary heart and restore faith in how communities can and do care for each other. ...
We’ve had another really busy year! Between taking on new Student Fellows, BILT Associates, growing the core team and partnering with a number of other departments and institutions with funded ...
This autumn has seen more hybrid teaching at Bristol: sessions where different students need to attend the same session online and on campus simultaneously. These sessions can be very demanding ...
Poverty, Mental Health, and the Financial Barriers Students Face As both a student fellow focussing on the experiences of disabled students and a final year disabled student myself, I often ...
The 2019 Bristol Teaching Awards was a fantastic night of celebration of the excellent teaching and learning that takes place at the University. The person deemed ‘best of the best’, ...
On 10 November, a highly interdisciplinary group of lecturers, students, and BILT staff convened to discuss a recent literature review undertaken by Shahjahan and colleagues, ‘“Decolonizing” Curriculum and Pedagogy: A ...
News and Events 'Exploring Transformational Experiences' Hackathon - 8th and 15th DecemberWe're looking for approx. 30 students, from all disciplines and levels of study, to take part in a hackathon ...
A guide to all those new and confusing terms in teaching and learning. From ‘lockdown’ to ‘PPE’ to ‘furlough’, the pandemic has brought with it A LOT of new words, ...
Meet the 2021/22 Student Fellows Our new Student Fellows have now joined the team! This year we are looking at five themes and each of the Student Fellows has introduced ...
The following post is from Simon Halliday who started his BILT Associate role on the theme of evaluating of projects. I am an economist who works predominantly in Experimental and ...
There's no one-size-fits-all approach to running your hybrid sessions due to the vast difference in student numbers, room capabilities and disciplinary differences. However, there are some activities you can do ...
Hey all, I’m Kai, a Student Fellow working on a project centering the voices and experiences of disabled students. As both a person living at the convergence of disability and ...
The following post is from Sarah Allsop who started her BILT Associate role on the theme of Assessment and Feedback. I am thrilled to join the BILT team of assessment ...
This week's Briefing is short but sweet as we've had a busy week interviewing our new Student Fellows and (trying to...) prepare everyone as much as possible for the introduction ...
An introduction to the new academic year from BILT Director, Sarah Davies. As some of our programmes start teaching, and the rest prepare to start in a couple of weeks, ...
It's our first Briefing of the academic year! We're so pleased to announce that 22 Associates have joined our team and the second annual student research journal is now available ...
The following post is from Christophe Fricker who started his BILT Associate role on the theme of Assessment and Feedback. My teaching is an ongoing inquiry into the various forms ...
The following post is from Simon Gamble who started his BILT Associate role in supporting students transition to University in August 2021. For the past five years I have been ...
The following post is from Sarah Jones who started her BILT Associate role in supporting students transition to University in August 2021. I am a social and cultural historian of ...
“Hi My Name is James And for 12 years I designed buildings.” This is how I normally start my lectures, almost regardless of topic. However when I started one of ...
The conference took place on 14th July 2021 on Zoom and explored how different connections have been established and nurtured, both in-person and online, and how we can take this ...
After attending a presentation on Students as Partners in Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning (EDTL) by Maynooth University, I’ve been reflecting on the benefits of authentic student partnerships and how ...