Teaching Online Workshop Series
Book on Upcoming Workshops via the Training Catalogue:
2. Active Feedback: Empowering Students to Write Their Own Feedback
17 November, 13:30 – 15:00 (On Campus)
with Jenni Rose (AMBS)
This will be an interactive section with Jenni showing you how she works with students plus a practical workshop.
3. Testing your Hypothes.is
07 December 2022, 12:30 – 13:30 (Online & On Campus)
with Mairead Pratschke (SALC)
In this joint collaboration with the SALC Teaching Innovation Collective, this session will feature a fantastic panel of early adopters of this annotation tool including: Aña Nino (Spanish), Ruth Morello (Classics), Chika Watanabe (Anthropology), and Noelle Dückmann Gallagher (English). Please join us at 12:30pm or 1pm, as panel members also exit/enter.
4. Facilitating active peer learning by crafting strong group identities
26 January 2023, 11:00 – 12:00 (On Campus)
with Harriet Lipkin (SOSS)
This session will explore how the dynamics of group work can enhance active learning before, during and after workshops.
Access previous workshop recordings & more, via the Resource Pages below:
- Teaching Online Workshops 2022-2023
- Teaching Online Workshops 2021-2022
- Teaching Online Workshops 2020-2021
- Teaching Online Workshops 2018-2019
- Teaching Online Workshops 2017-2018
SALC Teaching Innovation Collective
Visit SALC’s Teaching Innovation Collective webpages to view the programme of events and session recordings, open to all at the University.
The 2022-23 schedule is now available.
Other Recordings of Past Internal Events
- Manchester institute of Education: moving teaching and learning online (various sessions)
- CIP Seminar series: Discussion boards with Ralf Becker & Robert O’Neill, QA session recording
- CIP 5th Biennial Workshop on Student Engagement
Be sure to also check out our Good Practice Library with many case studies, video recordings and tips and tricks from Humanities Staff.