CELebrate

Pre-workshop Reading for An Introduction to Team-based Learning

An Introduction to Team-based Learning Room F201, 11.15-12.15pm Tuesday 13th June 2017 Access pre-workshop reading here. Come to this Team-based Learning (TBL) workshop to experience TBL first-hand and find out how you might implement this strategy to boost student engagement in your own classes! TBL promotes academic success through the promotion of both independent learning… Read more »

CELebrate Workshop: The challenges and rewards of teaching qualitative analysis using CAQDAS

I delivered this workshop as part of #CELebrate2016, with three main objectives. First, to acquaint participants with the principles of using Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) for qualitative analysis; second, to discuss the rewards that come with introducing students to the potential uses of CAQDAS while they are learning qualitative analysis techniques; and… Read more »

CELebrate workshop – From comfort zone to scary zone – enhancing employability skills through business simulation

Dr Roger Atkinson and myself delivered a workshop during the CELebrate event to share some of the innovative approaches we use in our teaching and learning to help prepare Level 6 Business Studies students for the world of work. The growing importance of graduate employability provided the basis of the presentation and was supported by… Read more »

CELebrate keynote 3: Informal learning in the workplace: opportunities for educators

This is the third of three keynotes at CELebrate 2016.  This presentation is by John Cook, Professor of Learning Innovation, University of the West of England on Thu 14 Apr 16, 14:00 – 15:00.  Click here to book your place. This talk will give an overview of how the EU Learning Layers Project developed technologies to… Read more »

CELebrate keynote 2: Technology as a tool for inclusion: use and abuse in classroom settings

The second of three keynotes at CELebrate 2016.  This presentation is on Thur 14 Apr, 10:00-11:00.  Click here to book a place. By Professor Jane Seale, Professor of Inclusive Education in the Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter Explore technology’s role in the lives of people with learning disabilities and the factors that influence… Read more »

CELebrate keynote 1: Challenging educational paradigms: the role of the Learning Technologist

This is the first of three keynotes at the CELebrate 2016 Conference.  Scheduled for Wed 13 Apr, 11:00-12:00.  Click here to book a place. Speaker: Peter Bryant, Head of Learning Technology and Innovation, London School of Economics This talk will explore the tensions and forces that are impacting on the role learning technology teams choose (or… Read more »

CELebrate 2016 – Conference plan

Did you know there are more than 30 sessions, multiple posters and three keynote speakers at next month’s CELebrate Conference? Here is the conference plan:  CELebrate timetable 2016 To read more about the sessions and to book a place, click on this link.

CELebrate conference 2016 – extended call for abstracts

The second annual CELebrate event will take place on 13-15 April 2016.  This is an excellent opportunity to showcase how you innovate to improve student learning in any way, but particularly this year around key CEL themes of assessment and feedback, technology enhanced learning and employability. If you are interested in proposing a session and… Read more »

CELebrate 2016

The second annual CELebrate event will take place on 13-15 April 2016. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase how you innovate to improve student learning in any way, but particularly this year around key CEL themes of assessment and feedback, technology enhanced learning and employability. If you are interested in proposing a session and… Read more »