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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Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Leading on curriculum re-design

Debbie Jones, Director of Undergraduate Criminology shares here experience of gaining first Fellow, then Senior Fellowship recognition. She gained a student-nominated ELTA in 2018 and has been researching the regulation of the sex industry with Professor Tracey Sagar since 2008. (More details about Debbie: https://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/law/deborahjones/)   I saw seeking Senior…

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Celebrating 500 Fellows – Leading Teachers by Example

  Joanne Parfitt has considerable experience in educating learners, with a B.Ed in primary education and a CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages) and a Masters degree in TEFL.  For almost 25 years she’s been involved in teaching students English as a second language in various…

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Thoughts from Thessaloniki 2

It now seems some time since I travelled around Greece at Easter, ending at Thessaloniki for a week. In my last blog I wrote about genocide. The other issue that struck me particularly during this trip was the way in which different museums choose to engage with their publics. Greece…

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Thoughts from Thessaloniki 1

As part of my annual leave this year, I spent a week in Thessaloniki, as we wanted to explore the Byzantine churches, frescos and mosaics. While we were there, we had the honour of being invited to join the Armenian community in the city to commemorate the anniversary of the…

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