Firstly, you will be introduced to teaching and learning literature and how this can be used to provide a rationale (or not) for your teaching practices, paying particular attention to the work of Joshua Eyler. We will look in some depth at critical pedagogy and what this looks like in practice. We will consider various learning myths such as ‘digital natives’ and ‘learning styles’ and how to engage with relevant professional bodies and external organisations, as well as how to contribute to the evidence base.
Aimed atNew academics taking the Academic Professional Programme. APEX Open candidates, hybrid route candidates and anyone else interested.
Aims & Objectives
Identify relevant teaching and learning literature to create a rationale for your teaching practices
Compare critical pedagogy theorists
Consider various learning myths
Identify how to engage with relevant professional bodies and external organisations, as well as how to contribute to the evidence base.
Academic Professional Programme participants are expected to stay for duration of the session.
Other attendees may can dip in and out as required.
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