Introduction to HE Teaching at Bristol

This short online course is scheduled across 3 days for 90 minutes per day. The aim of the course is to provide you with the skills and knowledge to plan learning and teaching for flexible and blended delivery.   

Show, Tell and Talk: BILT Student Hackathon: Exploring transformational experiences – summary and outcomes

Find out about the outcomes and findings from our December 2021 hackathon on exploring transformational student experiences. The hackathon provided a unique opportunity to explore the experiences of students since coming to University, looking at their perceptions of their subject, their original reasons for coming to University and what – if anything - has changed.

Hybrid teaching workshop

Hear the key messages from BILT's research with staff and students, and learn about the latest provision in teaching spaces. This will be followed by a hybrid surgery where you can ask questions and share issues about hybrid teaching. Members of the Digital Education Office and IT Services will be available to offer advice.

HEA Principal Fellow Workshop – book by 1st Feb

This workshop is suitable for those who are already working on applications for PFHEA, and for those who may be interested in PFHEA the future. If you are unsure as to whether this workshop is relevant to you.

“Reimagining the MSc project” workshop

In this online workshop Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) nominees the Digital Health Project Team will present a recently implemented new model of group-based project. The session will outline staff and student feedback and explore how the model could be applied across other postgraduate programmes.

Peer-feedback

This online workshop will explore research and showcase examples of how effective peer-feedback has been successfully embedded across different areas of the University.

The Flipped Classroom

This online workshop will showcase examples of how the flipped classroom has been successfully embedded at the University, it will also include practical guidance from the Digital Education Office for those looking to embed flipping in their own teaching.

Teaching and assessing large groups

This online workshop will showcase examples of successful teaching and assessing of large groups and will include contributions from a range of staff at the University.

Research supervision at Bristol – online workshop

This workshop is open to new, experienced and aspiring research supervisors and will provide an opportunity to explore key themes in research supervision at Bristol. As a workshop participant you will:  Explore what good supervisors need to know at Bristol, Identify your personal approach appropriate to your context, Reflect upon examples of best practice in research supervision.

Student Research Festival

Our second annual Student Research Festival will showcase the brilliant work of our UG and PGT students across the University.

Making feedback work: Workshop

Wills Memorial Building, room 1.5 (on the 1st floor across from the Great Hall)

This workshop will introduce a practical theoretical framework (Halliday, 1994) that enables deeper understanding of what is going on in our students’ writing assignments (such as reports, essays, case studies, etc.). The introduction of the framework will be followed by its application to students’ writing, as well as our feedback practices.

Research supervision at Bristol – online workshop

This workshop is open to new, experienced and aspiring research supervisors and will provide an opportunity to explore key themes in research supervision at Bristol. As a workshop participant you will: Explore what good supervisors need to know at Bristol, Identify your personal approach appropriate to your context, Reflect upon examples of best practice in research supervision.

Assessment Literacy

In this online workshop Dr Rebecca Pike and Dr Rose Murray from the School of Biological Sciences will explore how improvements in assessment literacy (for both staff and students) were realised through a series of co-creation initiatives involving student partners.

Discussing assessment for inclusion: Slow Reading Circle with a Twist

This reading circle invites colleagues across the University to discuss those (and other) questions around assessment for inclusion.

To support inclusion, this reading circle takes the ‘slow’ approach by spreading it over four days. Each day will begin with a prompt to guide your reading/discussion activities for the day. All you need to do is access MS Teams and commit to approx. 20 to 45 minutes daily for this, at any time of the day, over the four days.