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Introduction to Teaching & Learning in HE Booking Form

For postgraduate research students who are new to teaching in HE.

The session is mandatory if you will be teaching more than 20 hours in an academic year. You are also encouraged to attend if you will be doing less teaching than this or will be teaching at Warwick in the near future.

Session topics include:

'How students learn', 'Small group teaching', 'Facilitation skills', 'Assessment and Feedback', and 'Challenging Situtations'

What will you get out of this session:

By the end of the session you will have an understanding of:

• your role and responsibilities as a tutor
• the basic principles of student learning and how to apply these to your teaching
• teaching techniques which are appropriate for your context
• assessment and feedback and their role in student learning

Booking Form

Email address to which course correspondance should be sent
Please select yes or no as to whether you have done any paid teaching at the University of Warwick (required)
Departmental sessions.
If your department is hosting a session you should book this. Only book on a central session if you can't attend your departmental session.

Please book me a place on the following session: (required)

I give permission for the University of Warwick to record my personal data for the purpose of processing workshop bookings (required)
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