Last week we held our annual Fusion Learning event, Fusion Learning Colloquium, to celebrate the fantastic practices of BU staff and students. The keynote speaker, Prof. Dai Hounsell, challenged common practices and perceptions about assessment feedback including recent research to recognise feedback as ‘everyday learning’. Our panel of experts expanded on additional dimensions of learning and teaching to discuss the significance of inclusivity, climate action, innovation and digital tools in our practices.
The posters displayed included student co-creation that added a valuable perspective of Fusion Learning and the parallel sessions in the form of PechaKucha provided an interesting platform of cross-disciplinary debates and sharing practice on a number of key themes facing Higher Education including, sustainability, inclusivity, pedagogies for engagement, and employability.
If you didn’t manage to attend on the day, you can view these recordings from the sessions:
- Keynote and panel discussion
- PechaKucha presentations – Pedagogies for Engagement
- PechaKucha presentations – Sustainability
And you can view the submitted posters and abstracts in the proceedings of the conference (as in previous years, the event proceedings with ISBN is being compiled to share shortly):