Where is the love?

Natasha Taylor takes part in the monthly Lacunae Reading and Writing Project. Participants write 500 words in response to a stimulus piece and these are published collectively on the Lacunae Blog.  The project is open to anyone interested in Learning and Teaching and is a great place to explore new and interesting ideas. Have you […]

Spotlight 1: Transitions in Learning

We have a great line-up for the first Spotlight session on March 10th.  It has been brilliant to have received such a rich array of perspectives on the concept and experience of ‘transition’. Come along and hear stories from staff (and a student!) across the college: Taghrid Istivan (Science): Using online approaches to support international students. Katrina […]

Spotlight on…Transitions in Learning

Our first SpOTLight event of 2020 will be held on Tuesday 10th March (10:00 – 12:00) (City 8.4.12). We are currently looking for people to join the session as either presenters or participants. What is a SpOTLight? Spotlights are an opportunity to come together in conversation about the different ways we teach and support student […]

Teaching Reflective Practice

Reflection for Learning: A Scholarly Guide for Educators (2020) Marina Harvey, Kate Lloyd, Kath McLachlan, Anne-Louise Semple, Greg Walkerden. This new scholarly practice guide is designed for educators who are interested in supporting reflective practice for their students’ learning and for their own learning and career development, with a range of activities to stimulate deep and creative reflection.  It has […]