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Reviewing and Evaluating Your Teaching

In this workshop you will explore the different purposes for reviewing and evaluating your teaching, from considering the purpose of the evaluation to evaluating a range of strategies for collecting evidence, to thinking about how you will use the data to inform your own practice.

You will have opportunity to discuss each of these in relation to your own context and to start to design your evaluation strategy

To book a place on this workshop please fill in the form below. Please note you must be signed in to access the booking forms.

Date Time Venue  

Friday 31 March 2017

10.00am - 1.00pm

Experimental Teaching Space

Workshop Facilitated by:

Dr Jennie Mills (LDC)

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This workshop is open to all staff who teach/support teaching and is a core workshop for PCAPP 2014 starters

Alignment with UKPSF


A4: Develop effective learning environments
A5: Engage in CPD in subjects and their pedagogy incorporating research, scholarship & evaluation of practice.

Core Knowledge
K5: Methods for evaluating the effectiveness of teaching
K6: Implications of quality assurance & quality enhancement

More info: UK Professional Standards Framework