Keele Learning & Teaching Conference 2019
The Keele Learning & Teaching Conference 2019 saw over 140 delegates explore the theme of ‘social learning’ - with a keynote delivered by Simon Thomson, Director of the Centre for Innovation in Education, University of Liverpool.
Cross-disciplinary presentations from over 20 academic and professional staff at Keele explored various elements of ‘social learning’, ranging from the external-facing dimensions of the ‘civic curriculum’ to the dynamics of active learning and student co-design, and the importance of designing wellbeing into the curriculum. Live project workshops offered the opportunity to contribute to priority Keele education projects.
Explore the presentations and abstracts below, by theme.
Introduction and keynote
Presentations from Rafe Hallett, Russ Crawford and our keynote speaker, Simon Thomson.
Beyond the bubble: engaged, civic and placement learning
Presentations from Julie Green, Fay Harris and Pawas Bisht.
Design and delivery of social learning
Presentations from Jayne Eagles and Freddie Tillbrook, Katherine Haxton and Ceri Morgan.
10 minute presentations
Explore presentation abstracts around the themes of inclusive social learning, social learning and social well-being, and problem-based & project-based learning.
Inclusive social learning: engaging diverse student cohorts
- Adrian Molyneux
- Tess Phillips and Mike Edwards
- Ian Stimpson
- Mark Davys
- David McGarvey
Social learning and social well-being: crossovers
- Simon Rimmington
- Abigail Pearson
- Heather Ingram
- Shiva Sikdar
- Peter Lonsdale & Elizabeth Meakin
Problem-based & project-based learning
- Jodie Preston
- Steven Rogers
- Graeme R Jones
- Scott Chesworth
- Jamie Pringle/Ian Stimpson