To begin, we want to talk to you about you. Who are you? How do you identify? What are your pronouns? As invasive as these questions may seem, they are ...
This ovation, delivered by Dr Mary Benton, was given at a recently graduation ceremony where she reflected on the impact of the pandemic on our teaching. By late March 2020 ...
It’s a sunny day in Bonn, Germany, where national delegations, international agencies, NGOs, and other climate-related groups have come together. I found myself immersed in a sea of high-level climate ...
Last month I was invited to attend the Biological Sciences Curriculum Festival with other three student representatives. The main purpose of this was to connect developments in the School with ...
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Last chance to sign up to 'The Compassionate Conference'. Our annual conference is taking place next Tuesday from 10am - 4.10pm with sessions ranging from decolonising the curriculum, sustainable education, ...
This is a manifesto for higher education UK classrooms, for higher education teachers, by higher education queer students. When we say ‘higher education,’ we mean universities, colleges and the like, ...
Lots of staff have struggled with engaging their students from time to time. There are oodles of ways to address this problem, but in this blog, I want to showcase ...
This blog is all about why formative assessment matters - hear from staff in seven different programmes. ...
Hi all. For this month’s post I thought I would try and capture my progress over 4 weeks. You will see from the below that this is only 10 days ...
stacks of silver coins; top view down on top of books that are standing up; muted colours
As costs are rising across every facet of life, I wanted to take a moment to consider how this is affecting our students and how we can address the issue ...
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“The ideal teacher student relationship exists when the student is better than the teacher”, so writes the Japanese author Kenzaburō Ōe. ...
News Congratulations to this year's Bristol Teaching Award winners! The Bristol Teaching Celebration event was a huge success with hundreds of colleagues attending and a fabulous performance by The Bristol ...
We've contacted all of the shortlisted nominees for the 2022 Bristol Teaching Awards and asked them about their practice, what inspires them to go the extra mile and how they ...
Did you know that their resources are accessible to everyone at the University of Bristol? QAA membership is available for free to staff and students in a wide range of ...
News Bristol Teaching Celebration (including Bristol Teaching Awards) - 8th June at 2pm - register now! Less than two weeks to go until the Bristol Teaching Celebration and announcement of ...
If April was about not giving up, May is about throwing in the towel. I’m done. Now let’s be clear, I’m not done with writing a book in a year, ...
News Bristol Teaching Awards shortlist now available! We are so excited to be able to share the shortlist for this year's Bristol Teaching Awards! The shortlist has been selected by ...
News Tickets now available to book for BILT annual conference - The Compassionate Conference Our annual conference this year takes place online on the 28th June and will explore how ...
Summary On the 23rd of March 2022, BILT Student Fellows Ellen Graves and Kai Charles hosted the Accessibility and Blended Learning Conference, an afternoon of events held online over Zoom, ...
News Nominate someone for a Bristol Teaching Award - this weekend is your last chance! Nominations for the 2022 Bristol Teaching Awards close at 9am on Monday 11th April! If ...
Alvin Birdi, one of the University leads in this area, interviews Lauren Hutfield, a student in SPAIS and a key player in the Decolonising the Curriculum movement in SPAIS. Transcript ...
It’s just happened again. Someone asks me what I’m working on and I explain that I’m writing a book about regenerative design. The inevitable next two questions come: First, what ...
In secondary schools in England at the moment, students are preparing for public examinations which may represent the final assessment adaptations to Covid-19.   Undergraduates who have studied in the UK ...
The climate crisis is also a global inequality crisis. In tackling the interconnected issues and challenges of the climate crisis, the expertise of people with lived experiences must be recognised, ...