*Inclusive teaching The following post was written by Emilie Poletto-Lawson, who has been a BILT Fellow since January 2018.  I am a BILT fellow (based in Academic Staff Development), working ...
Here I am in my Christmas jumper, looking slightly silly #dachshundthroughthesnow, and telling you a bit about myself. First things first, I do have a twelve year old black and ...
The following post was written by Omari G. Hutchinson, a PhD student at Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Education, Birmingham, UK, who attended an event hosted by BILT and the Centre ...
Post discussing a 'Using Games in Teaching' event, which outlines and links to a decision making game called 'Decisions and Disruptions' as and example of the use of games in ...
Female student stood in front of other students discussing information on flipchart
The following post was written by BILT Associate and Senior Teaching Fellow in Bristol Law School, Imogen Moore.  Sometimes we might wonder how much of the guidance we give to ...
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 James ...
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 ...
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 ...