Talking about teaching seminars

We run Talking about teaching seminars every month from October to June.

Colleagues and external speakers share their teaching insights and good practice. The seminars are organised in collaboration with Centre for Innovation in Higher Education.

Take a look at some of our previous seminars by visiting the Past events and resources page.

Talking about teaching seminars – Trimester 2 2019/20

  • Truly, broadly, deeply
    Smart people don't fit silos! See how Ruskin modules connect seemingly dissimilar disciplines of study with Elaine Brown.
    Wednesday 5 February 2020, 13.00–15.00, Cambridge
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  • Engaging students through inquiry based learning
    Explore how the principles of 'citizen science' can help engage students in their learning, with Prof Mike Sharples, Honorary Visiting Professor CIHE, 
    Emeritus Professor of Educational Technology, Open University
    Wednesday 18 March 2020, 13.00–15.00, Cambridge
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  • What are your students actually doing?
    Using data to improve their learning experience

    Discover how you can use learning analytics to enhance students' learning, with Dr Toby Carter, Faculty of Science & Engineering
    Wednesday 13 May 2020, 12-2pm, Cambridge
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