What educational thinkers or concepts inspire your teaching?
In what ways do they influence your practice?
Submissions are now closed, the deadline for expressions of interest was 28th February 2022
Are you interested in the Scholarship of Learning and Teaching (SoTL)? Would you like to share your understanding of key concepts/theories with colleagues? Are you keen to contribute to the development of learning and teaching at the University of Bristol? Are you working towards an application for HEA Senior Fellowship, or interested in having institutional impact on learning and teaching?
If so, the BILT team would like to hear from you!
We’re looking for contributors for a new Pedagogy Podcast, a series of short conversations which centre on a range of thinkers/concepts or theories related to learning, teaching and assessment.
The podcasts will feature in our new Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) and on our HEA Fellowship Scheme and will also be widely available for everyone across the University.
Topics/themes could include (but are not limited to):
- Critical pedagogy
- Affective pedagogy
- Non-western ways of learning, teaching, assessing, and knowing
- Threshold concepts
- Research-rich teaching and learning
- Assessment and feedback
- Authentic learning
- Online learning and teaching
We anticipate that each episode will be approximately 10-30 minutes in length and will take the form of a conversation with a member of the BILT team. Our team will take care of recording, editing, and sharing the podcast – you just need to bring your knowledge and enthusiasm!
Submit your interest
Submissions are now closed.
If you’re interested in contributing, please email email@example.com and outline which topic/theme you would like to explore, and the team will get back to you with more information.