Pedagogy in Practice Seminars (PIPs) commencing January 2017

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Following the success of earlier PIPs, a new series of PIP seminars for staff to meet and share practice on teaching and learning themes face-to-face will commence in January 2017. They will take the form of a short presentation by the lead, followed by an opportunity for discussion. All staff are welcome whether you teach or support student learning, and you are encouraged to share examples of successful practice as well as challenges to which you have found solutions, or that are yet to be solved!  Bring your lunch. These will be drop in sessions with no pre-booking required.

The idea is that they will run on the same week of each month at the main northern campuses. It is hoped that the London India Docks campus will be facilitated in the future. Do you want to be a PIP leader? We are still looking for leaders from 21 February 2017 for the following dates 21 &  28 Feb, 7,21,28 Mar  & 2,23 May 2017 if you are interested please contact Heather Prince or AQD.

The seminars for 2017 will commence with:

Raye Ng (BLPSS) Internationalisation of Curriculum Lancaster Tuesday 10 Jan 2017
12:10pm – 1pm
TB11 (Temp Building) Capacity 35
Grace Hurford (BLPSS) Working with International Students Ambleside Tuesday 17 Jan 2017
12.10pm – 1pm
LD0.04 (Langdale) Capacity 15
Roddy Hunter (IoA) Assessment for Learning Brampton Road Tuesday 24 Jan 2017
12:10pm – 1pm
HO10 (Homeacres) Capacity 18
Grace Hurford (BLPSS) Working with International Students Fusehill St Tuesday 7 Feb 2017
12:10pm – 1pm
SKG37 (Skiddaw) Capacity 20
Alan Marsh (SNROS) NSS Q9 issue re Student’s perception of Feedback Lancaster Tuesday 14 Feb 2017
12:10pm – 1pm
HB011 (HB2) (Humanities) Capacity 20

To download a copy of the above Timetable, please click here.


Pedagogy in Practice Seminar​ – Reluctant readers​ – Tracy Hayes, Lecturer, HPSS​

Student led teaching – Charlotte Hardcastle

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