The Graduate School is pleased to offer this new provision, which has been designed and is delivered by our colleagues in the Westminster Centre for Education and Teaching Innovation (CETI).

This series of workshops will equip doctoral researchers with the fundamental theories, principles and pedagogical applications of teaching in higher education. The seven 2 ½ hour sessions will provide doctoral researchers with opportunities to explore, reflect upon and discuss learning theories and principles for giving feedback and assessing learning as well as to evaluate teaching practices by means of observations. The last two sessions are devoted to putting theory into practice through peer teaching and peer feedback.

Overview

Week 1: Learning theories

Week 2: Pedagogy and practical approaches

Week 3: Feedback and assessment

Week 4: Teaching observation

Week 5: Reflection and discussion on observations

Week 6: Peer teaching / Evaluation and discussion

Week 7: Peer teaching / Evaluation and discussion

This provision is open to all doctoral researchers, but priority will be given to those who have been unable to secure any teaching duties and/or those who have some teaching duties but do not have the required number of hours required to undertake the University Certificate of Special Study: Supporting Learning in Higher Education (SLHE). For further details on the Certificate please see:

University Certificate of Special Study in Supporting Learning.

There will be 16 places available in semester 2 (21/22) and these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, to those who meet the application criteria:

i) that you do not have sufficient hours to apply for/are not enrolled on the Westminster Certificate of Special Study in Supporting Learning

ii) that if offered a place you are committed to attending all 7 workshops in the series, as this is a sequential programme which builds on skills and knowledge gained in earlier sessions

Please complete the application form below and email it to the University DRDP Coordinator by 17th January 2022. Email address: l.mcdonagh@westminster.ac.uk

The workshops are planned to run on campus (2pm – 4:30pm) as follows:

24th January 2022

31st January 2022

7th February 2022

14th February 2022

21st February 2022

28th February 2022

7th March 2022

Teaching and Learning Workshops 21-22 Application Form


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