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National Forum Seminar

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Registration is now open for the first of two National Forum seminars, in Mary Immaculate College. It will take place on 17th February, 2015.

The theme will be Building an evidence base for enhanced digital pedagogy for online learning.

Dr Jen Ross, University of Edinburgh, will give the keynote talk entitled, Many ways to get it right: reflections on ‘best practice’ and digital education research.

Sharing open educational practices in Digital Learning

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Introduction to Teaching in HE - Assessment and Feedback

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These interactive workshops are aimed at new tutors and focus on some key areas related to teaching in Higher Education. They will provide a set of ideas and methods to help prepare you for your new role in relation to developing your approach to teaching and learning, the components of class planning, engaging students and importance of assessment and feedback.
This workshop, third in the series, focuses on assessment and feedback - getting the balance right.

Introduction to Teaching in HE - Active Learning

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These interactive workshops are aimed at new tutors and focus on some key areas related to teaching in Higher Education. They will provide a set of ideas and methods to help prepare you for your new role in relation to developing your approach to teaching and learning, the components of class planning, engaging students and importance of assessment and feedback.
This workshop, the second in the series, focuses on Active Learning - Strategies and Tools.

Introduction to Teaching in HE 1

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These interactive workshops are aimed at new tutors and focus on some key areas related to teaching in Higher Education. They will provide a set of ideas and methods to help prepare you for your new role in relation to developing your approach to teaching and learning, the components of class planning, engaging students and importance of assessment and feedback.

Lunch & Learn: Participating in the Regional Teaching Excellence Award

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Dr Miriam Hamilton will speak about her experience of participating in the Shannon Consortium Regional Teaching Excellence Award and the extensive impact of developing a teaching portfolio. This will be of particular interest to those engaging with portfolio development and teaching awards over the coming months.
Register your interest in attending, please emma.obrien@mic.ul.ie before Monday 8th October @5pm (for catering purposes - a light lunch will be provided).

Peer Observation of Learning Workshop

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If you have registered for the Peer Observation network, partnerships will be established at a short workshop on Thursday, 4th October at 10am in the Graduate Attribute Hub.

Street Law Seminar

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HE Alternatives: Critique of Teacher Educator Professional Learning

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Speaker: Geraldine Mooney Simmie
This seminar aims to offer a critique and to open a productive space for dialogue among teacher educators and educational researchers in Ireland in relation to the realist ontology underpinning the Process-Product paradigm that has become a mainstream way, especially in the last decade, of conceptualising Teacher Educator Professional Learning (TEPL) in Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) in Ireland, Europe, the OECD and across the western world.
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Fostering Student Leadership to Foster Academic Culture

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Speaker: Dr Sarah Graham