About the conference
The Teaching and Learning Conference is the University’s annual event to celebrate, showcase and disseminate the wealth of good practice in teaching and learning across the University.
The 14th University Teaching and Learning Conference, 'Research-Intensive Teaching at the University of Birmingham' was held on campus on Tuesday 4 July 2017. The Conference set out to describe and examine what research-intensive teaching means, how teachers can embed research into teaching and learning, and how excellence in teaching can be achieved at a research-intensive university. Topics included:
- PVC (Education) Professor Kathy Armour ‘Teaching Excellence in a Research-Intensive University’
- Professor Mike McLinden (School of Education) 'Cultivating Student Expectations of Research-informed Teaching’
- Professor Mick Healey 'Institutional and College Strategies to Engaging Students as Partners in Research and Inquiry'.
Presentations and the conference programme are available now on the conference Canvas page.
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