Professional Development Series

CLT Professional Development sessions are delivered throughout the academic year.  Some are being delivered face-to-face (room details provided to those booked on) and some sessions are being delivered online via Microsoft Teams or Collaborate (link provided to those booked on). Please click on the tabs below to see what sessions are available.  EHU staff should email [email protected] to book a place.

All session descriptions and session resources are available on the My Staff Development wiki, under ‘Learning, Teaching & Research’.

 

October - December

Wednesday 13th October 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
UKPSF D3 Workshop
Dr. John Bostock


Wednesday 19th October 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
New dimensions to teaching online live to students in China via Ding talk Lite
Toni Bewley


Wednesday 20th October 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
UKPSF D3 Workshop
Dr. John Bostock


Wednesday 27th October 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
UKPSF D2 Workshop
Dr. John Bostock


Tuesday 9th November 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Using a simple app to enhance online learning
Dave Lawson


Wednesday 10th November 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Don’t Feedback in Anger? Create meaningful feedback that makes everyone feel better using screencasts.
Carl Simmons


Tuesday 16th November 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Researcher presence online
Dr. Linda Kaye


Friday 19th November 2021, 12:30 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Personal Tutor Training – Drop In (online)
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell, Kordel Dickinson, Phillippa Dunning and Dr. Annabel Yale


Friday 26th November 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Developing effective learning outcomes for experiential learning 
Kevin Thompson


Tuesday 14th December 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 (via Microsoft Teams)
External engagement with public beneficiaries
Dr. Linda Kaye


Monday 20th December 2021, 12:30 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Personal Tutor Training – Drop In (online)
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell, Kordel Dickinson, Phillippa Dunning and Dr. Annabel Yale


January - April

Tuesday 25th January 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Collborate)
Disintegration of the What? How? Why? (Supporting a flipped classroom online & F2F)
Fazeela Patel


Tuesday 8th February 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Using a simple app to enhance online learning
Dave Lawson


Wednesday 16th February 2022, 12:30 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Personal Tutor Training – Drop In (online)
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell, Kordel Dickinson, Phillippa Dunning and Dr. Annabel Yale


Thursday 24th February 2022, 12:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Disseminating research visually
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell


Wednesday 2nd March 2022, 13:00 – 13:45 (Face-to-face + podcast)
Developing and Implementing support for new academic staff within two faculties: Common aims, goals and partnerships to enhance the student experience
Dr. Anita Flynn and Helena Knapton


Tuesday 15th March 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Peer Observation of Practice (within teaching delivery) – perspectives of applied practice
Kenny Greenough


Tuesday 6th April 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 (Face-to-face)
Widening participation in medicine: beyond widening access
Dr Peter Leadbetter


Thursday 28th April 2022, 12:30 – 14:00 (Via Microsoft Teams)
Personal Tutor Training – Drop In (online)
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell, Kordel Dickinson, Phillippa Dunning and Dr. Annabel Yale


May - July

Thursday 19th May 2022, 10:00 – 14:00 (Face-to-face)
Sketchnoting beyond the doodles
Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell


Wednesday 15th June 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 (Face-to-face)
Trainee Profile and Progression Data System (FoE Initial Teacher Education (ITE))
Pinar Robinson


Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th June 2022
SOLSTICE and CLT Conference


Thursday 30th June 2022
University Learning and Teaching Day


Advance HE External Examiners course

Professional Development Course (PDC) for External Examiners

(Advance HE Accredited External Examiners Course)

 

Rationale (Learning Outcomes)

  • gain an understanding of the role of the external examiner as articulated in the UK Quality Code for Higher Education
  • consolidate their understanding of the nature of academic standards and professional judgement, and explore the implications for external examining
  • develop their ability in using evidence-informed approaches to contribute to impartial, transparent judgements on academic standards and enhancing student learning

This workshop will be of interest to colleagues:

  • wishing to find out more about the role of the external examiner
  • seeking to secure an external examiner position
  • who require Advance HE certification to maintain/secure future external examiner roles

To complete the programme and become registered with Advance HE on the External Examiner Directory delegates must:

  • Complete PART ONE:

Consisting of pre-course readings and activities (this is online and involves accessing materials located on the Advance HE Website for which delegates will be sent a link shortly before undertaking PART TWO).

  • Complete PART TWO:

Attend and engage in both staff development sessions (taking place synchronously online over 2 separate full mornings each being 3.45 hours in duration i.e.: 9.15am-1pm).

  • Consolidation:

To complete the course (and secure Advance HE PDC Registration) delegates must complete and submit their reflective log within two weeks of completing the course (PARTS ONE and TWO).

Full details of the Degree Standards Project and requirements.

Session details

Must attend both sessions (online):

Tuesday 28th September, 9:00 – 13:00
Thursday 30th September, 9.00 – 13:00

Presented by:  Linda Marron and Dr Dawne Irving-Bell

Application

Please complete the online registration form.  Limited places. Edge Hill University staff only.

Following application delegates will be informed if they have been successful in securing a place. Successful applicants will be sent confirmation of dates and times, and be given access to pre-course materials.  Course delegates will be sent links and information to enable them to register with Advance HE.

If at the point of application the course is full, unsuccessful applicants will be put on a waiting list and be first in line to undertake the next available course.

Online Registration Form

Any queries, please email [email protected].

Writing 'Re-Treats'

In conjunction with Bethan Garrett from the Faculty of Education we are delighted to announce, because of their continued success, we are once again able to host a series of bespoke ‘Writing Re-Treats’ to support you with your writing!

These sessions are designed to support all staff (including those preparing for publication or conference presentation, PhD candidates, GTAs and those completing Module THE7003 on our PGCert).

Currently we are planning for all sessions to be held in the Lodge (CLT) with free tea and coffee available (Mindful of COVID-19 please bring your own mug!). To accommodate all needs we are planning a combination of face-to-face with virtual activities! So the best of both worlds!

All of these workshops are as we say open to all staff and they are designed to be flexible, hence there is no need to book, and you can drop in and out of them at any time during the day.

To note: The Lodge is a small room and with distancing will seat 4-6 people. Also with COVID-19 in mind, please for the comfort and safety of others if they indicate a preference please be prepared to wear a mask if you aren’t already.

Structure:

  • There is no need to register
  • You can join in (physically or virtually) at any point during the day.
  • During the day please make sure you take regular breaks… stop and have a short walk and grab some fresh air!
  • Remember to tweet and share images and pictures during the day if you want to, please tag @CLTatEHU and @EHU_FOE, and of course please tag in any other twitter addresses you wish. Maybe share what you are working on, and if you would like to hook up with a friend for a physical and/or #virtualcoffee!

If you need any additional help or support please get in touch, you can email [email protected] or email us direct.

Kindest Dawne and Bethan
(Dr. Dawne Irving-Bell, CLT and Bethan Garrett, FOE)

(@belld17 and @bethan_garrett)

With regards to rooming we will be working in the Lodge, with potentially other spaces TBC during the year so please check in on this website to access any updates.

 

The dates for 2021/2022 are scheduled as follows*:

Tuesday 19th October 2021. Full Day. 10.00 – 16:00

Monday 15th November 2021. Morning only. 10.00 – 12.00 (PGCert THE7003 Ethics Support. Submission Deadline is 20th November)

Thursday 11th November 2021. Morning only. 10.00 – 12.00 (PGCert THE7003 Ethics Support. Submission Deadline is 20th November)

Tuesday 11th January 2022. Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

Monday 7th February 2022. Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

Wednesday 9th March 2022. Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

Monday 9th May Full Day 2022. 10.00 – 16.00

Thursday 26th May 2022. Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

Thursday 9th June 2022. Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

Tuesday 14th June 2022. (PGCert THE7003 Writing Support: Submission Deadline is June 20th) Full Day. 10.00 – 16.00

*Please note if necessary some dates may change, also additional dates may be added, for example to offer additional support for PGCert writing or SOLSTICE/CLT and ACRE Conference Preparations.

Bespoke Support

Did you know that any of our staff development workshops and sessions can be adapted to become bespoke opportunities for your department?

If you would like to organise a bespoke session for your team, you are welcome to discuss this with the CLT Team.  Please email [email protected] in the first instance with details of the session you would like, how many members of staff would be participating and any dates that you are looking at.

If you have any enquiries email [email protected]

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