Since the launch of the ‘Rethinking Spaces’ theme in June 2018, several things are going on. The ‘Teaching Space Principles’ were formally signed off in October and are now available ...
The following post was written by Fabienne Vailes, the Language Director for French and holder of a University Teaching Fellowship.  There were the Millennials (Generation Y – born in the ...
The following blog was written by James Norman, a Senior Lecturer in Engineering and a BILT Fellow.  I am sure we have all been there, it’s the Monday before the ...
The following post was written by BILT's Academic Director, Alvin Birdi.   adaptable, confident, knowledgeable, cognitively and practically resilient and innovative, and aware of their social responsibilities as citizens of contemporary, ...
The following post was written by Omari G. Hutchinson, a PhD student at Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Education, Birmingham, UK, who attended an event hosted by BILT and the Centre ...
The following post was written by Helen Heath, a reader in Physics and BILT Fellow.  I am a reader in the School of Physics at Bristol and currently 1st year ...
The following blog was written by James Norman, a Senior Teaching Fellow and a BILT Fellow since September 2018.  For centuries universities have taught in lecture theatres. But the lecture ...
Post discussing a 'Using Games in Teaching' event, which outlines and links to a decision making game called 'Decisions and Disruptions' as and example of the use of games in ...
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Introduction The principles below are intended to provide a pedagogical framework for the design of teaching and learning spaces. Each of the five principles is oriented towards facilitating active interaction ...
BILT Fellow Jenny Lloyd updates us on the latest from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law.  For those in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law who have an ...
This year’s BILT calendar kicked off with a fully-booked seminar by Debby Cotton and Rebecca Turner on the use of four-week “immersion modules” as means of easing the transition of ...
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The ‘Exploring Microsoft Office 365 for Teaching and Learning’ event took place on Monday 10th September in Great George Street, and aimed to answer four questions: How would tools for ...
The principles below are intended to provide a pedagogical framework for the design of teaching and learning spaces. Each of the five principles is oriented towards facilitating active interaction and ...
On Tuesday 26th June, we attended the second annual Faculty of Social Sciences and Law Education and Pedagogy conference in the School of Education. The conference’s title was ‘Evolution or ...
Bristol Institute for Learning and Teaching exists to support the University in providing its students with an education which is evidence-based, innovative and effective. It supports and promotes pedagogic innovation ...