TeachMeet is about sharing ideas with fellow educators on learning, teaching and assessment techniques.
Our next TeachMeet in January 2020 will have the theme ‘Employability in Practice’.
There will be two TeachMeets - one in Chelmsford and one in Cambridge - each including a keynote with an external speaker and short presentations by ARU colleagues. This is a valuable opportunity for colleagues to network and share their practice around a common curriculum theme to support our students to develop graduate capitals.
Employability in practice
The Anglia Ruskin Graduate Capitals model provides a useful framework for thinking about how we can ensure that ARU graduates are able to draw on a range of personal capitals required to achieve successful outcomes and lifelong learning.
Call for proposals
We are currently encouraging colleagues from all faculties and professional services to deliver short presentations/demonstrations (Nano - 2 minutes or Micro - 7 minutes) on this theme at the TeachMeets. We are looking to receive contributions on: how we develop professional knowledge and skills, how active learning promotes social and cultural capital, how authentic assessment and feedback demonstrate student adaptability and resilience, and how a student-centred approach to teaching and learning fosters belonging and professional identity.
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