What is TEALfest?
The first TEALfest took place in May 2020, with the aim to bring together staff and students to share experiences, research, practice and ideas around technology enhanced active learnng. This year the LDCU is pleased to announce the fourth technology enhanced active learning festival (TEALfest). Over the years TEALfest has evolved and is now a free online event open to staff and students in Higher Education.
Throughout the two days we will have a series of events from colleagues and guest speakers.
Bookings are now open! https://forms.office.com/e/dVWcEdz29B
This year the theme for TEALfest is on 'Empowering students and staff through small teaching' in a range of exciting ways. Small teaching examines the modest but powerful changes we can all make that lead to big enhancements for our students' learning.
This is a strategy (based on the science of learning) developed by James Lang and Flower Darby. They discuss the topic and share insightes in the following freely available Teaching in Higher Ed podcast (full transcript available). Small teaching with James Lang; Small teaching online with Flower Darby. James Lang also discusses the science behind small teahcing in this recorded speaker series.
Bookings are now open - https://forms.office.com/e/dVWcEdz29B
The full programme is available here - https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/academic-development/app/tel/ldcu/tealfest23/
TEALfest is a free online festival open to all staff and students involved in HE. You are welcome to attend as little or much as you like, but you will need to register to ensure that you have access to the sessions.