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17 January 2020

As an integral part of our students’ learning experience, we need to ensure that the standard of all Canvas module sites meet ARU’s minimum requirements as agreed through consultation with faculties and relevant professional services.

17 January 2020

This year’s TeachMeets - Tuesday in Chelmsford and Wednesday in Cambridge (12:00-2:30pm) - will focus on how best to prepare our students for the workplace and lifelong learning in a changing world. Once again, we're looking forward to welcoming an inspiring line-up of external keynotes and ARU colleagues. They’ll share their experiences, outcomes and practical tips on integrating ‘employability’ into the curriculum.

17 January 2020

Following the exciting approval of the curricula for our first set of Ruskin modules we are inviting Expressions of Interest from colleagues interested in leading and/or co-creating Ruskin modules. The call is open until Friday 3 April 2020.

8 January 2020

This year’s TeachMeet theme is Employability in Practice. Guest keynotes and colleagues from across ARU will share their insights and experiences of incorporating ‘employability’ into their teaching practice, how to do it, and the outcomes of developing students’ graduate capitals and key skills to enable all students to realise their full potential.

2 January 2020

Following positive feedback from Personal Development Tutors on the usefulness of training on PDT materials and suggested sessions, we have organised a series of refresher training sessions for trimester 2.

20 December 2019

This week colleagues presented the curricula of ten Ruskin modules to ARU’s first Approval Panel for Ruskin Modules (APRM). As a pilot to prepare for a much larger event in Spring 2020, the panel chaired by Dr Daragh McDermott (Head of Psychology and Sport Science) welcomed the interdisciplinary expertise of externals Dr Jillian Terry (Deputy Director LSE 100), and Dr Thomas Nørgaard (Director of the Institute for Value Studies at the University of Winchester).

26 November 2019

Twitter and other social media can be a powerful way to enhance teaching and learning; particularly for making professional contacts, promoting work, sharing ideas, and getting students more involved with course content – and each other.

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