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Community of practice

Peer-led discussions on experiences at Warwick

  • Make connections with your community over lunch
  • Be inspired by what’s possible
  • Hear from colleagues about their experiences of teaching at Warwick
  • Share successes and failures in a supportive community of practice
  • Learn what you could do next from others’ experiences

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The power of play in higher education

Valentina Donzella

Is fun the key for learning? This session explores the use of games for teaching in higher education.

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Teaching with virtual and mixed realities: impacts on learning, emotion, and student engagement

Devon Allcoat

This session looks at how Virtual Reality (VR) and Mixed Reality (MR) can be applied to learning environments, and the potential benefits of the technology.

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Silvija Jestrovic

Teaching theory through practice

Silvija Jestrovic

Silvija discusses a set of methodologies for using practice in seminar modules as teaching tools that she calls performing theory.

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Stephen Purcell

Students set the syllabus

Stephen Purcell

Allowing students to pick their own Term 2 texts ensures a real diversity to the syllabus, and encourages students to take ownership of their subjects.

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Debbi Marais

Enhancing employability in PGT students

Debbi Marais

Debbi reflects on the use of two new modules for PGT students at WMS that endeavor to enhance the employability of students in different ways.

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