Actively designing for active inclusive learning

Published: 17 October 2019 at 11:13

‘What do wikis, puzzles and sparks all have in common?’ asks Linda Brown, Anglia Learning & Teaching as she and colleagues prepare for the first of their brownbag sessions on ‘Actively designing for active inclusive learning’.

‘What do wikis, puzzles and sparks all have in common?’ asks Linda Brown, Anglia Learning & Teaching as she and colleagues prepare for the first of their brownbag sessions on ‘Actively designing for active inclusive learning’.
 
You and colleagues from across ARU are invited to this lunchtime session to share your active learning ideas; so please bring them – along with your laptop/tablet and lunch (no need to share the latter!).  In addition to providing a selection of drinks and desserts to complement your meal, Drs Linda Brown, Isobel Gowers and Julian Priddle will offer their own mixture of learning—physical and digital—activities.
 
“The Course Design Intensives uncovered active approaches that are well-underway at ARU and confirmed the benefits of the Active Curriculum Framework. But there were also misconceptions surrounding what active learning did and did not mean. This workshop will provide some space to share ideas in a relaxed—but active—setting,” says Linda.
 
The next session is being run in Chelmsford (Wednesday 6 November, 12.30-14.00) is an opportunity for you to engage with colleagues, eat lunch away from your desk and re-imagine learning and teaching activities. Come for the 1.5 hours, or as long as you can spare, to share ideas about engaging students more fully and actively in their learning.

Book online.