Pedagogic CPD opportunities for BU staff – new for 2017

Enhance and develop your own Practice; gain a deeper understanding of Pedagogic Principles; share and develop your knowledge and skills with the CEL CPD opportunities

Available for all BU staff, take a series of one or half day workshops (spread out over the semester) to extend your own CPD/ build your promotion profile/ move towards application for Senior Fellowship of the HEA

Attend as CPD only, or attend for an additional day, and upon successful completion of coursework be awarded 20 credits at Masters level

CEL is offering three short courses/ accredited units for any staff who may wish to develop their skills and understanding in three areas important to the success of BU2018:
Technology enhanced learning: creativity in design

Course leader: David Biggins, CEL theme leader/ FoM

Dates: Half days March 1st, 16th, 23rd, May 5th 2017; plus 4 half days online learning about the benefits and best practices of TEL

 

Employability/ work based learning for higher education: implementing best practice

Course leader: Carly Lamont, CEL theme leader/ FoM

Dates: March 8th, 14th, 15th, 22nd 2017

 

Innovations in assessment and feedback

Course leader: Anne Quinney, CEL theme leader/ HSS

Dates: March 29th, April 5th, May 3rd, May 10th 2017

 

The detail:

You are welcome to attend the course only or attend, do the coursework and submit the assessment for credits towards the MA Educational Practice which will be validated and available from September 2017. These units will form the PGDip level of the course; if you have already completed BU’s PGCert Education Practice, you will be able to APEL that level and any of these units onto the completion of the full Masters once it is up and running.

To book a place on the course, please contact Organisational Development.

One Response to “Pedagogic CPD opportunities for BU staff – new for 2017”

  1. Demetra Andreou

    Hello,

    I would like to attend the course on:
    Innovations in assessment and feedback

    Thank you,
    Demetra

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