Speakers announced for the Keele Learning & Teaching Conference 2019

The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) is delighted to announce the programme of speakers for the Keele Learning and Teaching Conference 2019.

At this year’s conference we’ll be exploring definitions, practices and scholarship around the theme of 'Social Learning', with a fantastic lineup of speakers from across the University who will be sharing their insights and expertise.

In the first presentation breakout sessions, delegates can choose from one of two themes, each consisting of three 20-minute presentations: 

Beyond the bubble: engaged, civic and placement learning

Design and delivery of social learning

Collected stories: being cared for at home. The development of a story book resource.
Julie Green
SwattUp - The social learning network
Jayne Eagles
Unpacking students’ experiences of hate-fuelled prejudice within an HE setting
Fay Harris
Social Learning: redefining contact time and workload
Katherine Haxton
Stoke Stories: co-creating positive representations
Pawas Bisht
Dawdling and doodling: a walking-reading/walking-writing group
Ceri Morgan

In the second presentation breakout sessions, delegates can choose from one of three themes, each consisting of five 10-minute presentations:

Inclusive social learning: engaging diverse student cohorts.

Social learning and social well-being: crossovers.

Problem-based & project-based learning.

Driving learning through assessment analytics
Adrian Molyneux
If I do the Foundation Year is therapy included?
Simon Rimmington
Debates that get you spinning
Jodie Preston
Collaborative drug design: blending technology and dialogue in learning
Tess Phillips
The Lecture from Hell: An interactive experience to face our accessibility demons
Abigail Pearson
Creating shared spaces for co-production
Steven Rogers
Taking up the Slack - Slack as a learning space
Ian Stimpson
Midwifery forum: collegiate working for the good of all
Heather Ingram
Living campus - lessons from Geoscience teaching
Jamie Pringle
Welcome back! Facilitating collaboration in legal education
Mark Davys
Racial and ethnic homophily in the classroom
Shiva Sikdar
Escape [to] the library: reframing the library induction
Scott Chesworth
A dialogic approach to developing students' scientific reporting skills
David McGarvey
Google Classroom Case-Studies
Peter Lonsdale & Elizabeth Meakin 
Peer to Peer feedback in TBL: improving students’ workplace social skills
Graeme R Jones

Following lunch, there will be the official launch of the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence, a presentation from Professor Helen O'Sullivan, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education, and finally five live project design workshops to choose from. These workshops are your chance to shape the development of live Educational Projects at Keele:

    • Building Living Labs @ Keele
    • Designing ‘Enterprise Education’
    • Creating a Teaching Scholarship Network
    • Embedding Wellbeing in the Curriculum
    • Designing Elective Pathways: ‘theme-based learning’

For the full schedule for the day, take a look at the Conference Programme 2019