Welcome Week 2022 featured the launch of the first Bristol Futures Festival that introduced new first years to the unique Bristol educational offer ...
View the entire series. When a student says or does something that is offensive, it is important to talk to them about it. We know that this is a difficult ...
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News Its a been a busy week here, with colleagues taking part in Welcome Week and hosting the university's first Bristol Futures Festival. Bristol Futures Festival 2022 The festival introduced ...
One of the areas which students often discuss is ‘assessment load’ (and, to be fair, staff often share the same perspective). Tomas and Jessop (2019) suggest four principle areas which ...
A few years back I decided to run 1000 miles in a year. I created a spreadsheet. Logged every run. And it was going amazingly until July/August. I am not ...
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Welcome back to all our readers! We hope everyone has had a restful and reinvigorating summer break. Our first issue of the year is packed full of good news, opportunities, ...
Queer students are in higher education to learn just as much as non-queer students are. When attending a class, most queer students want to feel a part of the class ...
Dr Sarah Jones, Lecturer in Modern British History, Director of Examinations (History) Dr John Reeks, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History, Co-Director of Teaching (History) Background and Context A recent ...
The following post is from Christophe Fricker whose BILT Associate role continues into 22/23 exploring Resonance Pedagogy. My focus as a BILT Associate last year has been on developing materials around ...
Introduction to the Resonance Pedagogy series created by Christoph Fricker. Relationships matter. When we built relationships, we enable learning. If we don’t, we create aggression, frustration and indifference. So how ...
Part of the Resonance Pedagogy series, visit the home page. Dr Christophe Fricker interviews Professor Hartmut Rosa, a professor of sociology at the University of Jena, working within the tradition ...
Article by Wolfgang Endres, translated by Christophe Fricker, Part of the Resonance Pedagogy series, visit the home page. How research made time for resonant relationships   Technology helps us save time ...
This interview is part of Hartmut Rosa and Wolfgang Endres’s book “Resonanzpädagogik: Wenn es im Klassenzimmer knistert”, Weinheim: Beltz, 2016. The English translation is by Christophe Fricker. ...
This Zine was created by BILT Student Fellow Kai Charles, working on the project 'Experiences of Disabled Students'. ...
A review of the seminar by Dr Adam Rutherford organised by the Decolonising STEMM Groups. ...
It’s August. The month of time off, promised writing time, and when I imagined we would finish the book. First of all, an apology – today is my first day ...
BILT's Joe Gould has created this infographic on recommendations provided by Pitt and Quinlan in their paper on 'Impacts of Higher Education and Feedback Policy and Practice on Students: A ...
2022 - Issue 3 of the Student Research Journal. ...
Colleagues are encouraged to use this guide to establish or develop their own screencast practice. Click the button below to contact Lloyd if you have any questions or suggestions, or ...
The following post is from Anthi Chondrogianni who‘s BILT Associate role is on the theme of assessment and feedback. I am delighted to join the BILT Associates on the theme of ...
The following post is from Marios Kremantzis who's BILT Associate role is on the theme of designing active learning sessions. I am thrilled to join the BILT team of “designing ...
News Goodbye from us for the summer We won't be posting any BILT Briefings until September so we'd just like to say a huge thank you to all our readers. ...
Of the many challenges presented by teaching, answering the elusive question ‘what is the most effective teaching approach?’ is one of the most demanding. A significant impediment to discovering the ...