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An important notice: Improving HE teaching and learning through staff and student collaboration practice sharing event

Mon 23 April 2018 10:00 – 15:30 BST

Birmingham City University, City South Campus CT004, CT005, CT009, Westbourne Road, Birmingham, England B15 3TN

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A day to share thinking and practice around improving teaching and learning through staff and student collaboration.

This event aims to disseminate the project work from the last 18 months in the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences at Birmingham City University. The event will share the project’s conceptualisation, its design, methodology and the experiences of staff and students involved in the five case studies.

Delegates and speakers will have the opportunity to reflect on and discuss with others the approaches and practices that they consider most authentic and meaningful for understanding and improving learning and teaching in HE. By the end of the event, we expect delegates to be leaving with ideas that they can share and implement with their workplace colleagues. This event is also an opportunity for everyone to be part of a growing network of like-minded professionals who are interested in sharing thinking and practice around improving learning and teaching.

 

Welcome to our HEFCE project ‘Improving learning and teaching through collaborative observation’. This is an 18-month project funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England that’s taking place in the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences at Birmingham City University. The project consists of 5 case studies from different subject areas across the faculty, each case study including 2 members of academic staff and 2 students.

This website is a ‘live’ site that will be updated regularly on an ongoing basis throughout the duration of the project. Thus what you currently see is still very much a work in progress. You should be able to get an insight into the project’s aims and focus along with the work we have carried out to date. If you’ve any questions and/or comments about the project, please get in touch with us (visit Contact us for our details).

For more details, visit About the project.

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