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Wed 20 Oct, '21
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Exploratory pedagogic inquiry – seeking answers within a learning community - Session 1

*** WIHEA Fellows and Alumni only ***

We are writing to invite you to join in with the Pedagogic Research in HE Learning Circle. Over the last year members of the learning circle have trialled an approach to inquiring into our teaching and learning practice. The idea is to move from discussion of important issues in our recent professional experience to developing small-scale inquiries into these issues. The main aim of the initiative is to develop an approach that HE teaching staff with multiple demands on their time can adopt to engage in inquiry into teaching and learning, with ultimate benefits for improvement of student experience but also with immediate benefit to participants themselves. Members of the LC have found it very beneficial to be able to work through challenges faced in these difficult circumstances.

Find out more and register

Wed 3 Nov, '21
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WIHEA Promotion Workshop: Application for Associate Professor

Please note this workshop will follow on from a similar WIE workshop taking place at 1.00 - 1.45

(WIHEA Fellows/Alumni will also be able to attend the WIE workshop)

Find out more and register.

Wed 3 Nov, '21
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Exploratory pedagogic inquiry – seeking answers within a learning community - Session 2

*** WIHEA Fellows and Alumni only ***

We are writing to invite you to join in with the Pedagogic Research in HE Learning Circle. Over the last year members of the learning circle have trialled an approach to inquiring into our teaching and learning practice. The idea is to move from discussion of important issues in our recent professional experience to developing small-scale inquiries into these issues. The main aim of the initiative is to develop an approach that HE teaching staff with multiple demands on their time can adopt to engage in inquiry into teaching and learning, with ultimate benefits for improvement of student experience but also with immediate benefit to participants themselves. Members of the LC have found it very beneficial to be able to work through challenges faced in these difficult circumstances.

Find out more and register.

Wed 10 Nov, '21
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WIHEA Promotion Workshop: Application for Reader / Professor

Please note this workshop will follow on from a similar WIE workshop taking place at 1.00 - 1.45

(WIHEA Fellows/Alumni will also be able to attend the WIE workshop)

Find out more and register.

Wed 10 Nov, '21
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Exploratory pedagogic inquiry – seeking answers within a learning community - Session 3

*** WIHEA Fellows and Alumni only ***

We are writing to invite you to join in with the Pedagogic Research in HE Learning Circle. Over the last year members of the learning circle have trialled an approach to inquiring into our teaching and learning practice. The idea is to move from discussion of important issues in our recent professional experience to developing small-scale inquiries into these issues. The main aim of the initiative is to develop an approach that HE teaching staff with multiple demands on their time can adopt to engage in inquiry into teaching and learning, with ultimate benefits for improvement of student experience but also with immediate benefit to participants themselves. Members of the LC have found it very beneficial to be able to work through challenges faced in these difficult circumstances.

Find out more and register.

Tue 16 Nov, '21
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WIHEA Masterclass: Design Thinking (Dr Bo Kelestyn)

*** This is an open event ***

Full details to follow soon

Wed 17 Nov, '21
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Exploratory pedagogic inquiry – seeking answers within a learning community - Session 4

*** WIHEA Fellows and Alumni only ***

We are writing to invite you to join in with the Pedagogic Research in HE Learning Circle. Over the last year members of the learning circle have trialled an approach to inquiring into our teaching and learning practice. The idea is to move from discussion of important issues in our recent professional experience to developing small-scale inquiries into these issues. The main aim of the initiative is to develop an approach that HE teaching staff with multiple demands on their time can adopt to engage in inquiry into teaching and learning, with ultimate benefits for improvement of student experience but also with immediate benefit to participants themselves. Members of the LC have found it very beneficial to be able to work through challenges faced in these difficult circumstances.

Find out more and register.

Wed 24 Nov, '21
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Human Teaching Book

WIHEA and ADC are hosting a Human Teaching Book event on 24 November 21 between 12-1.30 pm. The event is online and akin to the Human Library but with a teaching focus. Some WIHEA fellows will be 'human books' to help share their experience introducing various ideas into their teaching practice. They will meet 'readers' in virtual rooms and be able to explain a little more about what they do. This is a great opportunity to learn something new and meet others with similar interests to build communities of practice across the institution. Anyone interested in being a 'human teaching book' and sharing their experience should contact Dr Jane Bryan. No prep is required to be a book.

Find out more and register your interest.

Wed 24 Nov, '21
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Human (teaching) Library - WIHEA Restorative Justice event

*** This is an open event ***

Full details to follow soon

Thu 9 Dec, '21
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Fellows Networking Session

*** Fellows only ***

Tue 8 Feb, '22
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Fellows Networking Session

*** Fellows and Alumni only ***

Tue 22 Mar, '22
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Fellows Networking Session

*** Fellows only ***

Wed 8 Jun, '22
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Fellows Networking Session

*** Fellows and Alumni only ***

Thu 14 Jul, '22
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Fellows Celebrations and Farewells Networking Session

*** Fellows only ***