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Connect Benefit Series - 52 Engaging Toolkit Cards: Practical resources for Student Engagement

Venue
Online Event
County / Region
United Kingdom
Position on the Pathway
Excellence in practice
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Webinars
Focus
Teaching and Learning
Start Date
End Date
Duration
1 Hour
Institution Type
Higher Education and Further Education
Price From
Included in Advance HE Membership

Overview

Students’ sense of belonging is developed through engaging and socially constructed learning experiences; this is a challenge that is further emphasised on a physically distanced campus. Join us at 09:30 (GMT) on 9th December where we will explore a variety of practical solutions to promote active learning and engagement for all students through the use of our 52 Engaging Toolkit Cards (52etc). 

The toolkit is specifically designed to maximise involvement with study, providing a variety of means to enhance student motivation and engagement using key pedagogic principles underpinning learning and teaching. The ultimate aim of the cards is to provide a range of options for lecturers to consider; helping address engagement across all groups of students to enhance the experience and create an inclusive experience for all students.

This webinar is part of the Connect Benefit Series for December - Engaging learners: Any time? Any place? Anyhow? Find out more here.

Hosts

Prof. Ian Turner works in the Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the University of Derby.  Ian is a National Teaching Fellow (2014) and was named the Royal Society of Biology HE lecturer of the year 2017.  Ian’s research interests include gamification and game-based learning.

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Stuart Norton is a Senior Adviser in Learning & Teaching at Advance HE. His role transitions across the core thematic areas of student success, where he takes a keen role in supporting sector-wide learning and teaching policy.

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Jess Moody is a Senior Adviser at Advance HE focusing on inclusion across the staff and student lifecycles. She works with institutions on issues such as inclusive curricula and teaching, equality policy and analysis, and tackling structural inequalities.

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