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The Research-Teaching Nexus

The Research-Teaching Nexus: A dynamic relationship with learning at its heart

In this interactive workshop we will explore the relationship between teaching and research from a range of perspectives (academic, student, university), exposing the tensions and synergies between these two pillars of academic work/life. By viewing the relationship between research and teaching as a dynamic one, we will step over the threshold of ‘research-led’ or ‘research-informed’ teaching, into a space where learners are transformed into co-producers of research and immersed in their discipline pedagogies. The implications of placing learning at the centre of the RTN for our individual academic identities and teaching practice will be considered.

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Workshop Facilitated by

Dr Natasha Taylor, Sheffield Hallam University

Natasha Taylor is based at Sheffield Hallam University in the Academic Professional Development Team, where she is responsible for developing and supporting CPD and the research/scholarship of Learning and Teaching across SHU's four faculties. Her academic background is in law and criminology and she is an experienced social researcher, research supervisor and writer.

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Alignment with UKPSF

A1: Design & plan learning activities
A2: Teach and/or support learning
A5: Engage in continuing professional development in subects/disciplines and their pedagogy, incorporating research scholarship and the evaluation of professional practices.

Core Knowledge
K2: How students learn

More info: UK Professional Standards Framework