September; October; November; December; January; February; March; April; May; June; July;

If you would like to register on any of the following events, please email us, unless another contact email is provided. Please remember to specify any special requirements (inc dietary when lunch is provided).


September 2013

eBridge Awareness Sessions

Open to new and existing members of staff, these sessions will introduce new colleagues to eBridge and will also act as a refresher.

Hull campus
Tuesday 17 September  14:00 - 15:00 WI LR05
Thursday 19 September  10:00 - 11:00 WI LR05
Wednesday 25th September  13:15 - 14:15 WI LR05
Friday 27th September 11:00 - 12:00 WI LR05

Scarborough campus - see October below
Places are limited. Please email Linda Saddington to reserve a place.

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October 2013

eBridge Awareness Sessions

Open to new and existing members of staff, these sessions will introduce new colleagues to eBridge and will also act as a refresher.

Scarborough campus
Wednesday 9 October 13:30 - 14:30 IT LR3

Places are limited. Please email Linda Saddington to reserve a place.

 

Becoming a National Teaching Fellow

Hull Campus - Friday 18 October 12:15 - 13:00 Venn MR3

Scarborough Campus - see November below
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) are scheduled to launch the call for the National Teaching Fellowship in January 2014.
This briefing meeting is open to teaching staff that may be considering applying to the forthcoming 2014 NTFS call or are planning to apply in the future. It provides an opportunity to find out more about the HEA’s National Teaching Fellowship Scheme including the University’s process for selecting institutional nominees.

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November 2013

Becoming a National Teaching Fellow

Scarborough Campus - Tuesday 5 November 12:15 - 13:05 C16
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) are scheduled to launch the call for the National Teaching Fellowship in January 2014.
This briefing meeting is open to teaching staff that may be considering applying to the forthcoming 2014 NTFS call or are planning to apply in the future. It provides an opportunity to find out more about the HEA’s National Teaching Fellowship Scheme including the University’s process for selecting institutional nominees.
This event was cancelled due to insufficient interest.

Creating Responsible and Independent Learners: is Team-Based Learning the Answer?

Wednesday 13 November 9:15 - 10:05 Venue: Wilberforce, LT29
Team-Based Learning (TBL) has been adopted widely in the U.S. to address student participation and achievement issues, with much evidence for its success (Michaelson et al., 2002). The method promises to encourage students to take responsibility for their learning, improve student retention and improve overall rates of student satisfaction. Dr Lucy Michael will be leading this session drawing from her findings from her Innovations in Student Learning funded project which explores the use of Team-Based Learning in a Level 6 Criminology module.
The session will provide an opportunity for participants to understand the principles of the TBL approach and how it has been used in other institutions, review the evidence of impact and reflect on how the approach could be used in different disciplines.
Please reserve your place by emailing us.

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Unfair Means: For Chairs, Secretaries, and Members of Adjudication Panels, including Partner Institutions

Tuesday 19 November 10:15 - 12:15 Venn MR3
The University has in place detailed regulations governing the investigation and punishment of the use of unfair means, including plagiarism, regulations which are designed to protect the academic integrity of the University’s awards and ensure fair procedure for students.

This session is designed to equip those involved in determining alleged breaches with a sufficiently detailed knowledge of the regulations and their responsibilities under the regulations. It will also provide an opportunity to share common issues and examples of good practice between panel members from different faculties.

By the end of the session participants will have gained an understanding of:

Led by: Stuart Gilkes, Quality Officer.

This event is mandatory for new chairs and secretaries of Unfair Means Adjudication Panels including those at partner institutions.

Please note: if you attended the session since October 2011, you may prefer to access present Regulations and consult the first page to understand recent changes. Present Regulations (June 2013) may be found on this link

Regulations on the Use of Unfair Means

 


To reserve a place on this event, please email us and for all enquiries about the session, please email Stuart Gilkes.

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January 2014

2014 University Curriculum Reform Symposium
Wednesday 8 January, 9:30 - 16:15
Derwent Building

The Curriculum Reform Symposium offers an opportunity for academic staff to gain practical experience of approaches to curriculum design and development which will support the work of the Curriculum Reform Programme. Participants will be supported in thinking through the practicalities of curriculum redesign while attending four workshops covering approaches to:

For a full programme and the workshop abstracts, please visit the Symposium site.

DARTE Scheme Support Events

These events can support you in your application for HEA fellowship. See full information on these pages.
Hull Campus
Workshop 1 - Thursday 30 January, 11.00 - 12.00 and 15.00 - 16.00
(repeat session), Derwent SR3

Please email CDTE to reserve a place.

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February 2014

DARTE Scheme Support Events

These events can support you in your application for HEA fellowship. See full information on these pages.
Hull Campus
Workshop 2 - Wednesday 12 February, 15.00 - 16.00,
Venn MR3
Workshop 3 - Thursday 27 February, 11.00 - 12.00, WI LR03

Scarborough Campus
Workshop 1 and 2 - Thursday 13 February, 12.15 - 14.00,
LT WO27

Please email CDTE to reserve a place.

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March 2014

DARTE Scheme Support Events

These events can support you in your application for HEA fellowship. See full information on these pages.
Scarborough Campus
Workshop 3 - Monday 10 March, 10.15 - 11.15,
SR C16
Please email CDTE to reserve a place.

Evaluating the impact of supplemental lecture recording on disadvantaged students’ learning

Dr Karl Nightingale, University of Birmingham Medical School
Thursday 13th March 2014, 1.15pm - 3.15pm, Venn Building, Council Room

Dr Karl Nightingale is a Senior lecturer at the University of Birmingham Medical School, with research interests in both gene expression and educational technology. His current research focuses on whether lecture capture is an effective means to support dyslexic and Non-English speaking background students. The presentation is based upon findings from an initial two-year study with an UG Medical Science cohort and a current full-scale study using a large undergraduate medicine (MBChB) cohort of 380 students. 
To reserve a place, please email the TEL team.

DARTE TEL@Hull Breakfast - iPads as teaching and learning tools

Kevin Burden, Centre for Educational Studies
Tuesday 25th March, 8.00 - 9.00, Venn Building, Council Room

This breakfast session will explore how staff and students in the Faculty of Education are using iPads both as teaching and learning tools, following the decision to run a two year pilot with secondary trainee student teachers which started in September 2013. The session will share the experiences and insights which staff have gained so far from this pilot and will include some practical, hands-on activities using the iPad which will be available to use (please feel free to bring your own).
For further information and to book your place please contact tel@hull.ac.uk and specify whether you would like a bacon or quorn roll, a croissant or do tell us about any specific dietary requirements.

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July 2014

2014 University Annual Learning & Teaching Conference
Wednesday 9 July
Derwent Building

The Call for Papers has now been launched - deadline for submission: 30th April 2014. Visit the Conference site for more information.

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