The new iTeach blog allows you to share things that are working (or not!) in your teaching right here, right now…no access needed, no middleman required to first tap you on the shoulder. And the posts are building!
The wiki began life in our Faculty as a one-stop shop for all things learning and teaching but in recent months we’ve joined forces with the other Faculties and DLT for a true collaboration. Find out why you should jump on.
DLT have begun a monthly newsletter that highlights all of the L&T professional development opportunities coming up. Here’s what’s happening in October.
Basic and Key Skills Builder (BKSB) is an online tool that can be used in subjects and courses to identify, diagnose, and improve literacy and numeracy skills. Students use it independently, no marking is required, and reports can be generated quickly and easily. Read on to find out how this tool can be used to support your students and improve compliance with the ELLaN Policy and the ALaN GLO.
Are you using or thinking about using eBooks in your subject? Here’s how the Library can help.
In order to benefit from feedback, students need to understand its value and act on it, but there is strong evidence to suggest that students often don’t read feedback. How can ALLaN help you use feedback from your first assessment to provide individualised instruction for students and improve learning, teaching, and assessment in your subject? I’m glad you asked!
Remember our working groups at the Learning and Teaching Symposium on contract cheating? That work has progressed, and we now have a range of activities / resources that can be used to begin conversations about cheating at University.
These resources and strategies from the BJBS ALLaN Faculty Liaison can support the development of your students’ language, literacy, and numeracy skills and save you time and effort.
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