Surely a 2:1 by any other name would be as sweet? Numerical grading of assessments is something that has bothered me for a long time. I’ve had many conversations with ...
The following post was written by Fabienne Vailes, Language Director for French at the University of Bristol, holder of a University Teaching Fellowship, BILT Associate and author of 'The Flourishing ...
In the crisp sunshine of a Saturday morning, I walked to Whiteladies BTP to have a coffee with John Gilbert, fifth year medical student and former Faculty Rep for Health ...
“I tell them about where I live and why I live there. I tell them why I teach.  And I explain to them that when we combine our values with ...
James Norman is a Lecturer in Civil Engineering and an Academic Fellow for BILT. I caught up with James on the 10th of May to talk about his path into ...
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 ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. Every year I give a lecture on the Civil Engineering unit ‘Engineering For ...
The following post was written by Ash Tierney, a Research Associate and Project Manager for Bristol Futures. Ash has been a BILT Associate since May 2019. I’ve been working in ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and programme director for Civil Engineering. Today I continue my physical journey into the research of space as I ...
View our photos below from the BILT Pedagogical Pub Quiz, Friday 3rd May at the White Rabbit. ...
The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer. Since the launch of BILT in 2017, the implementation of programme-level assessment across the University has been a ...
The following post was written by Johannes Schmiedecker, a BILT Student Fellow. In early April, the BILT Student Fellows conducted various workshops at the Bristol SU Education Network. Below are ...
Check out this snippet of conversation our Student Fellow Zoe Backhouse recorded with a fellow fourth year Liberal Arts student on the topic of assessment.  Want to know why Europe’s ...
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 ...
Check out our next of the Humans of Bristol University, this time in video form! Today, we shine a light on Damien McManus: Subject Librarian for English and Modern Languages, ...
Dr Harry Pitts, Lecturer in Management Next week Professor Mike Neary, of the University of Lincoln, speaks at a BILT Ed Ex event on the ‘Student as Producer’ approach. I ...
I started my new role as Director of education innovation and Executive director of BILT a month ago now, so thought it was high time I broke my duck on ...
Dr James Norman is a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. Take a break Many, many years ago I gave a three hour lecture on concrete with out ...
This teaching story is submitted by Aydin Nahessi, a Reader in Manufacturing Systems and Head of Mechanical Engineering. Using name labels to make the interactions more personal In a medium ...
My unusual classroom observation This teaching story was submitted by Ksenia Shalonova , a Teaching Fellow in Engineering Mathematics. When I was pursuing a teaching career, it was common to ...
Erica Hendy is a Senior Lecturer in Biogeochemical Cycles in the School of Earth Sciences. Students in Erica's lecture monitor the CO2 levels in the lecture theatre throughout their lecture, ...
This interview was carried out by Corrie Macleod, a Student Fellow. Dr. David Bernhard is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Bristol. He was born and ...
This interview was carried out by Corrie Macleod, a Student Fellow. Dr. Emma Robinson first came to Bristol as an undergraduate student in 1992 and has stayed at the university ...
Dr Bex Lyons is a Teaching Associate in English and Personal Development. She is a late medievalist with research interests in book and reading history, particularly female owners and readers of ...