Were you too busy to catch a session in Teaching Week this year? You can still pick up tips and techniques from the presentations, which were recorded, by visiting the Teaching Week webpage now.
Discover how a vet teaches philosophy, how physics is linked to croquet and what you can do with learning analytics, large class cohorts, nervous postgraduates, virtual field trips and much more.
Reinvigorate your teaching approach this winter during UC Teaching Week, 6 – 9 June.
UC Teaching Week brings you new ideas and tools to give your teaching a booster shot over the colder months.
Come along to one or all of the interactive seminars offered through the week. Each workshop includes a short presentation and a chance for discussion among your peers.
Amongst this year’s highlights are sessions on:
- Technology-enhanced learning, see how others at UC are using the latest techniques
- Get help with Ako Aotearoa funding for your project
- Hear more about the graduate profile with practical tips
- Get your hands on the latest tech with ‘blue skies’ demonstrations
- Find out how other universities are using their new teaching and informal spaces
For the full programme, please visit the Teaching Week 2017 page
If you’re thinking about your upcoming PD&R for the year, consider whether our Growing Personal Resilience course on 6 April could be helpful for you.
The programme is aimed at developing people’s personal strengths, helping them to become more resilient and to gain more control over their personal and professional lives. It also explains how to stop turning pressure into stress – something we could probably all use a bit of help with!
If it sounds like you could benefit from this, check out the course here
To take a look at other courses we offer, see here