A Warwick education champions the importance of co-creation with students, student research and innovation. Engaged research takes this further, enabling them to see the true value of research for communities affected. It also helps them develop key skills to support their own personal development. For you as a teacher there are also benefits to combining your teaching and engagement practice. Did you know for example you can use taught public engagement activities towards your claim for HEA Fellowship?
On this page we've pulled together resources to help you get to grips with how you can embed engagement within your teaching practice.
If you want inspiration to see how you might embed public engagement into a module you're working on then take a look at these examples. As well as a short summary for each one we've also spoken to module convenors to ask them for the documents like their assessment criteria and module proposal so you can see the behind the scenes of how it's put together.
We've pulled together a reading list of books, journals and articles you may find helpful when developing your own engagement module.
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Move around the Skills Festival
- What is engagement
- Practical engagement skills
- Digital skills for engagement
- Putting on an event
- Funding and Grant Applications
- Embedding engagement into your teaching
- Finding your public
- Engagement and your career
- Involving the public/ partners in research
- Engagement with sensitive topics
- Publishing your engagement work
- Policy engagement
- Working with young people
- WIE Mentoring Scheme
- Public Engagement case studies
- Opportunities to get involved