Trish Rees – Session 5th March 2020

This is the 2nd lecture on the law relating to Surrogacy. Quite a controversial topic ! There will be lots to see here too. Your last chance (for now) to observe Trish handle something potentially tricky, very sensitively !

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Trish Rees – Session 27th February 2020

This lecture is on the law relating to Surrogacy. Quite a controversial topic ! There will be lots to see here too. Anyone browsing these sessions of Trish’s, will notice that she doesn’t shy away from sensitive issues …

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Sian Rees – Sessions Teaching Block 2, 2019-20

This teaching block, Sian is offering the majority of the taught sessions of her MSP200R module, Public Relations Theory, as she feels they all fairly well illustrate her approach. The aim with the class is to use a technique for managing sessions using interactive and small group work …

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Teaching intelligence: how to support visually impaired students

Transcription centre staff standing outside the centre

Our own transcription centre is featured in the Times Higher Education article on January 25 2020. Katharine Swindells writes that subjects traditionally closed to visually impaired learners are being opened up by new tech.  She says that universities must provide policies, training and resources to match. Some institutions are leading the…

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Simon Bott – Sessions Teaching Block 2, 2019-20

Simon is offering several more sessions from the Chemistry Foundation year for Open Door. He is well known for his use of flipped classroom techniques and observers will be given access to his module and will be sent the materials for the session in advance. Simon uses video, Kahoot and practical modelling (sometimes !) in his teaching. He has already inspired a small band of dedicated flippers …

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