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The following posters will be presented:
Dawn Collins

Warwick Medical School

Cloudy with a Chance of ECGs

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Dawn is a Principal Teaching Fellow at Warwick Medical School, where she has been teaching neurophysiology and neuropharmacology to graduate-entry medical students for the last 10 years. Dawn is interested in developing novel, multi-platform, integrative approaches to learning physiology that are accessible to students from wide-ranging backgrounds.

Tracy Dix and Helen Curtis


The Extended Library – Developing Information and Digital Skills in your Curriculum

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Tracy works in the Academic Support Team (Teaching & Learning) at the Library; supporting our specialist librarians and liaising with academics to embed information and digital literacy skills into the student curriculum.

Helen manages the Teaching and Learning Team at the Library and is especially interested in supporting the development of digital literacies at Warwick.

Phil Gaydon, Dominic Nah, Laura Primiceri

IATL / Philosohpy, English and Comparative Literary Studies

The Warwick Handbook of Innovative Teaching: Improving the Student Experience

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Dominic is currently a final year Warwick undergraduate reading English Literature with an eye to stay on for an MA in World Literature as well. Hailing from sunny Singapore, he has keen interests in teaching and education and dabbles in several others. Here at Warwick, he participates in the Breakdance Society, Warwick Singapore Society, and a-capella group The Leamingtones.

Laura is currently a final year English Literature undergraduate. This year, while helping to research the Handbook project, she has also worked with the Student Disability Support Service as a note taker, and participated as an exec member for Warwick Lit.Soc and the Transformations Tutor Project.

Phil is currently a part-time PhD student in Philosophy and Children's Literature, convenes the IATL modules Applied Imagination and Ethical Beings, heads the Handbook project and its sub-project 'Sport, Philosophy, and Practice', is a Community Engagement Officer for the Library, runs philosophy sessions in primary and secondary schools, and coaches women's American Football for the university, Kenilworth High School, and Great Britain.

Rebecca Johnson, Marie Murphy, Frances Griffiths

Warwick Medical School

Open Space Learning in Mixed Methods Pedagogy: Navigating the ‘Threshold Concept’

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Rebecca's research interests lie in the intersection of social sciences, epidemiology and public health practice. She focusses on three areas of study: the design and integration of qualitative and quantitative data, the improvement of 'healthy lifestyles', and improving health interventions through knowledge mobilisation (the movement of formal knowledge into active use). Currently, Rebecca is a Research Fellow within CLAHRC-West Midlands.

Marie is a second year PhD student funded through the NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care. With a background in public health and community nutrition, Marie’s current research is an exploration of the factors associated with childhood obesity for ethnic groups in Coventry using a mixed methods approach. Marie is currently undertaking a PGA in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Frances trained in medicine at the University of Cambridge and King's College Hospital, London, and went on to become a general practitioner in Stockton-on-Tees. Her research focuses on the impact of medical technology and information and communication technology on lay experience of health and health care, and on the experience of living with long-term conditions. Frances teaches research methods to students and health professionals and has written a book for this audience 'Research methods for health care practice'.

Kate Mawson

Centre for Professional Education

Developing Reflective Science Trainees: An Asynchronous ICT Solution

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Kate is Senior Teaching Fellow for Mentoring at CPE and part of Warwick’s Outstanding Team of the Year 2016. She has over 15 years of teaching and school leadership experience. A recent convert to HE teaching, Kate is an outstanding practitioner who has recently been shortlisted for a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence. Teaching and learning is her passion.
Deborah Outhwaite and Giuliana Ferri

Centre for Professional Education

Transforming Teaching for Schoolteachers

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Deborah is Programme Lead for the MA in Professional Education in the CPE. Deb has been teaching for more than twenty years, she is 11-18 qualified and has taught in HE since 2008, joining Warwick last September. Her Doctor in Education thesis is on educational leadership and social differentiation.

Giuliana is a Teaching Fellow in the CPE, teaching on the PGCE and the MA in Professional Education.Giuliana has a background in teaching in multicultural and multilingual primary schools in London, and was awarded a PhD in Language and Intercultural Communication from UCL’s Institute of Education last November.

Charlotte Price and Maria Walker


Flipping the Classroom for 550

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Charlotte is a Principal Teaching Fellow at WBS. She leads and lectures on a number of modules as well as supervising student projects. As a statistician who has previously worked at both Warwick and Birmingham Medical Schools, Charlotte has research interests in health and social policy. She is also currently working on a number of pedagogic research papers, particularly in relation to teaching quantitative methods to social science students.

Maria has been Assistant Publishing Manager in the WBS eLearning team since 2009. The team publish study materials, primarily for MBA and MSc students, support academics in recording screencasts and then edit them for online publication. For the past 3 years Maria has worked with academics to create and support randomised, summative, online class tests for undergraduate and MSc students.

Ashley Roberts


Arts-Based Team Coaching: The Impact on Higher Education Management Learning and Beyond

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Ashley is a National Teaching Fellow and WATE winner. He is the Assistant Dean (Creativity) at WBS and uses creative, innovative pedagogic methodologies for research-led learning.

John Thornby

Centre for Professional Education

Tackling the Teacher Shortage – Near-Peer Mentoring of STEM Students for Outreach and Engagement Using Trainee Teachers

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John is a Senior Teaching Fellow in CPE for the PGCE Secondary course where he is currently the Head of STEM for Initial Teacher Training. He has an academic background in mathematics and the physical sciences, has taught mathematics in post-16 and Higher Education and is currently pursuing a part-time MA in Educational Innovation with CES.

Greg Watson

Computer Science

Striking a balance - Should Technology Support or Replace Face-to-Face Assessment?

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Greg is a PhD student as part of the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities CDT. His research revolves around the re-identification of people across multiple cameras. He has obtained teaching experience across multiple Computer Science modules during his time as a PhD student.