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Programme

Themes

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Technology-enhanced learning: digital and virtual learning environments
Widening Participation: outreach and inclusive teaching
Assessment and feedback: strategic approaches and practical implementation


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Please note all sessions are now full. You can register your name to be added to the waiting list.

10.15 – 10.45 Registration and refreshments
(Teaching Grid)
10.45 – 11.00 Welcome
(Teaching Grid)
11.05 – 11.45
3 sessions run concurrently 
Languages@Warwick: "Connecting learners in virtual spaces"
Teresa MacKinnon(Language Centre), Cathy Hampton (French Studies), Elisabetta Tarantino (Italian) and Loredana Polezzi (Italian)

Library Seminar Room
Strategies for enabling the Student as Researcher
Cathia Jenainati (English and Comparative Literary Studies)

Research Exchange
Seminar Room 1
"Let's Keep Talking": How democratic are feedback practices at Warwick?
Sarah Richardson (History) and Lisa Lavender (Project Officer, It's Good to Talk: Feedback, Dialogue and Learning)

Research Exchange Seminar Room 3

FULLY BOOKED  
11.50 – 12.30
3 sessions run concurrently 
Use of E-Learning as part of a ‘blended learning’ approach within undergraduate teaching: Investigating the postgraduate teacher’s experience
Sharifah Sekalala and James Harrison (Law)

Library Seminar Room
   
Removing the fear factor from teaching and learning Vas Stavros (Chemistry)

Research Exchange Seminar Room 1
A speaking test to help international students’ academic performance
Mala Palanichamy &
Jing Li (Centre for Applied Linguistics)

Research Exchange Seminar Room 3
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch and posters
(Teaching Grid)
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13.30 – 14.00 Keynote: Taking teaching forward: building on the institutional review
Ken Sloan
14.05 – 14.45
3 sessions run concurrently
Using Moodle for concept-directed assessment and personalised feedback in Computer Science
Russell Boyatt and Jane Sinclair (Computer Science)

Library Seminar Room
Enhancing student interactions with the instructor and content using Twitter
Iyad Abou-Rabii and Alyson Quinn
(Warwick Medical School)

Research Exchange Seminar Room 1
Feedback on assessment from two perspectives: training the new marker and student engagement through reflection
Grier Palmer (Warwick Business School)

Research Exchange Seminar Room 3

FULLY BOOKED
14.50 – 15.30 Plenary: Staying ahead
NTFS - National Teaching Fellowship Scheme - Winners
(Teaching Grid)
15.30 Reception
(Teaching Grid)

All sessions will be held in the Library. Rooms will be confirmed shortly before the event.