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 ...
We asked our Fellows to write us a short blog about their background and what they are doing as part of their BILT Fellowship. The following blog is from Paul ...
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 ...
We asked our Fellows to write us a short blog about their background and what they are doing as part of their BILT Fellowship. The following blog is from Jenny ...
A Teaching Fellowship was awarded to Fabienne Vailes for the academic years 2017/18 - 2018/19. Read Fabienne's in-depth blog post, 'Well-being in Education - what if building flourishing institutions was ...
A Teaching Innovation Grant was awarded to Louise Howson for the academic year 2017/18 During the 2018 Festival of Learning and Teaching (FOLAT) Louise presented her project. View the presentation ...
A Catalyst fund was awarded to Dr Kate Whittington for the academic year 2017/18, the project was supported by:  Professor Sally Barnes and Dr Anne Lee. During the 2018 Festival ...
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 ...
The fifth blog in this series has been written by Jenny Lloyd, a BILT Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in the School of Economics, Finance and Management.  Today’s’ students - ...
The fourth blog in this series has been written by Emilie Poletto-Lawson, a BILT Fellow and language associate in the School of Modern Languages.  Have you ever tried to learn ...
Our third blog in this series is from Philip Kent - University Librarian and Director of Library services.  You are invited to leave comments below. It is timely that BILT’s ...
This article was written by Sofia Doyle, our contributing student author.  As Teaching Block 2 comes to an end and exam period begins, study spaces at Bristol have started to ...
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 ...
Our second blog entry is by Shanaz Pottinger, undergraduate student studying Experimental Psychology, at the University of Bristol. You are invited to leave comments below. Do we even need traditional lectures? ...
Our first blog entry is by Bruce Macfarlane, Head of the School of Education at the University of Bristol.  ‘Student engagement’ has become a buzz phrase in universities influenced by ...
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 ...
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 ...