Sylwadau am Sioe Deithiol yr Ystafell Ddosbarth Ddigidol

Yr wythnos ddiwethaf, cymerais ran yn Sioe Deithiol yr Ystafell Ddosbarth Ddigidol a gynhaliwyd ym Mhrifysgol De Cymru. Ysbrydolwyd y sioe deithiol gan lyfr Duncan Peberdy: Active Learning Spaces and Technology: Advances in Higher and Further Education. Mae’r sioe deithiol wedi bod yn ymweld â sefydliadau yn y DU am…

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Developing “Safe” Spaces to discuss Teaching

Mae’n ddrwg gennym ddim ar gael. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Image: CC0 Public Domain: https://pixabay.com/en/exchange-of-ideas-debate-discussion-222789/ I recently attended the second HEA “Beyond Fellowship” Conference (March 13 2017 at Aston University),…

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Looking for inspiration in your teaching?

Mae’n ddrwg gennym ddim ar gael. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. A while ago, I came across a website (via twitter, incidentally) called Learning Wheel.  This particular site is a…

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Learning Innovation Group – a place for learning and innovation?

Mae’n ddrwg gennym ddim ar gael. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Being part of the SALT (Swansea Academy for Learning and Teaching) team at Swansea University has its perks, some…

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Group-work or working in a group?

Mae’n ddrwg gennym ddim ar gael. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Here is Mandy Jack abseiling off the top of Kilvey Hall of residence, behind Fulton House. She was part…

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Teaching is more than a job. It's a responsibility.

“Teaching is more than a job. It’s a responsibility—one of the greatest responsibilities in civilized society. Teachers lay bare the mysteries of the world to us. They train our minds to explore, to question, to investigate, to discover. They ensure that knowledge is not lost or forgotten but is instead…

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Some thoughts from the SALT Conference (morning presentations)

As you will be aware, the 6th Annual SALT Conference took place on Thursday 26 June 2014. For me, personally, I love to attend because I like to hear what others do in their teaching, and I usually take away plenty of ideas. This year was no exception, and the…

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Breakin' Up Is Hard To Do ?

Teaching and research can sometimes be slightly uncomfortable bedfellows, especially at institutions who pride themselves on their research. Learning and teaching can be viewed rather as the poor relation – albeit one that lives in the same house, has its name on the deeds and pays most of the mortgage.…

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