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WHAT HAVE WE BEEN UP TO. DISCUSSIONS ON Interaction and Engagement Inspirational Teaching Organisation of Taught Lectures Assessment Feedback Importance of Dialogue The role of the learner – as a learning collaborator. Interaction and Engagement Large Groups.

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what have we been up to
WHAT HAVE WE BEEN UP TO
  • DISCUSSIONS ON

Interaction and Engagement

Inspirational Teaching

Organisation of Taught Lectures

Assessment

Feedback

Importance of Dialogue

The role of the learner – as a learning collaborator

interaction and engagement large groups
Interaction and EngagementLarge Groups
  • Inhibits participation through group size

Competition to be heard

Intimidating for lecturers and students

Reduces activity and responsiveness

Gives a hiding place

Opportunity for dialogue reduced

interaction and engagement small groups
Interaction and EngagementSmall Groups
  • Greater Participation - Facilitated through group size

Allows students to actively engage

Giving a better understanding subject

Boosts confidence

Creates social bonds

Informal feedback

Frees up lecturer for those who need them

Inclusion

inspirational teaching
Inspirational Teaching
  • Passion and Motivation

Planting the seeds

Encourages a willingness to learn

Richer experience

organisation of taught lectures
Organisation of Taught Lectures
  • Building blocks structure to learning

Defined targets

Reflection gaps

Allow time

Blackboard

Discussion board

Decision making in learning

assessment
Assessment
  • Group Assessment

Resigned to lower grades

Held back by less active members

Unbalanced workload

Peer review can be confrontational

Managing of teams by lecturers

feedback
Feedback
  • Timely
  • Frequent
  • A range of feedbacks (informal and formal)
  • Detailed
  • Tutor availability for discussion
  • Gives opportunities for continuous learning
  • Builds relationships
  • Builds mutual respect
teaching that works pedagogical principles
Teaching that Works: Pedagogical Principles
  • Teaching that builds relationships

-smaller groups - benefit everyone

  • Teaching that inspires

-encourages continual learning

  • Teaching that promotes active learning

-learning partnerships, sharing and collaboration (lecturers and students)

  • Teaching that recognises learners’ skills and experience and gives space to individuality
teaching that works pedagogical principles1
Teaching that Works: Pedagogical Principles
  • Teaching that encourages individual achievement, creativity and hard work
  • Teaching that encourages productive team work -managing personalities, interactions and monitoring group progress on tasks
  • Teaching that nurtures talent and commitment -individual merit needs to be acknowledged through assessment
the key principle dialogue
The Key Principle: Dialogue

It was agreed during the sessions that all the points below have one common denominator -

The need for a better understanding

  • of one another
  • better connections
  • engagement

through dialogue.

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