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LTA Connect: Introducing the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy

This webinar will introduce the university's new Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy.

When to Feb 20, 2018
from 12:00 - 13:00
Where Webinar using Blackboard Collaborate
Contact Name
Contact Phone 279486
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Outline

This webinar will introduce the university's new Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy 2017-2021. We will explore the twelve learning and teaching enhancement values that provide the basis for the strategy, along with evidence-based exemplars that illustrate how these values can be embedded in practice. The strategy is intended to provide a means both to recognise existing good practice, as well as inform future practice. To this end we will use the webinar to explore and discuss what participants are currently doing that could help support the implementation of the strategy, as well as to identify possible enhancements to your own practice.

 

Learning and Teaching Enhancement Values

This webinar maps to the following Learning and Teaching Enhancement Values:

  • Providing a connected learning experience
  • Supporting professional development in learning and teaching
  • Reflective practice and continuous improvement

 

To Book

Please email lta@uhi.ac.uk to book a place on this webinar.

 

Accessibility

We want to make this a positive experience for all participants and hope we have met everyone’s needs in joining this event.  If you have particular access needs please contact us at lta@uhi.ac.uk so we can work together to get you as good an experience as we can.

 

Resources

Webinar recording

 

Presenter

 

Keith Smyth is Professor of Pedagogy at the university, and leads the Learning and Teaching Academy. Keith works with colleagues across the university on strategic learning and teaching developments, funded projects and supporting staff to engage in educational research. Much of this work is taken forward through the activities of the LTA. Keith has particular interests in co-creative pedagogies and curriculum models, open education, technology-enhanced learning, educational strategy and policy, and developing pedagogic research and scholarship. He has written and presented widely in these areas, and has undertaken funded projects for organisations including the Higher Education Academy, Jisc, Scottish Funding Council and NHS.