In the next instalment of the Decolonising the Curriculum interview series, Student Fellow Rhona talks to Nana Agyare - University of Bristol alumnus, previous Graduate Intern with the Student Inclusion ...
We recently published a blog by Imogen Andrews, Chair of the Disability Network, on her reflections on the learning experience of students with disabilities. We wanted to follow this up ...
3 part image showing students, one with raised hand; inset image of Bristol decolonise protesters; inset book shelves
BILT Student Fellows will be running a Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series with people throughout the university who are doing some amazing work regarding decolonising the curriculum ...
TESTA (transforming the experience of students through assessment) aims to improve the quality of student learning through addressing programme-level assessment. ...
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This blog reflects on EDI training provided to the BILT Student Fellows, to explore how it connects to BILT's key themes. As the year progresses, the Student Fellows will take ...
Having spent many hours in quarantine fighting enemies in online games, I sat down at my computer last Wednesday to do battle with my greatest nemesis - Adobe graphic design ...
Bristol is fortunate enough to have a large population of international students, many of whom come from mainland China. Given the new form of online teaching, this presents some significant ...
I am a student with considerable climate anxiety. I worry constantly about how my own actions could possibly lead to the demise of human society and am often left apoplectic ...
Hussain Abass is a third-year aerospace engineering student and president of the Islamic Society (or ISoc). We met in the bustling SU Living Room for a poignant discussion on his ...
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion or EDI for short seems to be at the top of every University list of things to be incorporating into their charter and rightly so with ...
Lisa Howarth is a BILT Student Fellow, working on the theme ‘Making the Most of our Teaching Spaces’ at the University of Bristol. As she comes to the end of ...
In the crisp sunshine of a Saturday morning, I walked to Whiteladies BTP to have a coffee with John Gilbert, fifth year medical student and former Faculty Rep for Health ...
“I tell them about where I live and why I live there. I tell them why I teach.  And I explain to them that when we combine our values with ...
The following post was written by Johannes Schmiedecker, a BILT Student Fellow. In early April, the BILT Student Fellows conducted various workshops at the Bristol SU Education Network. Below are ...
Check out this snippet of conversation our Student Fellow Zoe Backhouse recorded with a fellow fourth year Liberal Arts student on the topic of assessment.  Want to know why Europe’s ...
Zoe Backhouse is a BILT Student Fellow and fourth-year Liberal Arts student. Zine [definition]: some sort of publication, usually mass-produced by photocopying (in some cases scanned, put on the net, ...
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 ...