Admission Price: Free to attend. Confirm attendance by replying to Carole Leggett's meeting request, sent on 10th May
Developing programmes and excellent teaching quality
At a time of so much change this learning & teaching day will provide important opportunities for members of staff across the Law School to get up to date with proposals and to get involved in cross-School discussions about programmes and teaching.
10.00 Registration with Tea/Coffee
10.30 School strategy and the TEF
Developing School strategy by Professor Carl Stychin
The implications of the Teaching Excellence Framework by Annamarie McKie,University for the Creative Arts and Susan Blake, City University London
The TEF will have significant implications for us all. The government published a White Paper “Success as a Knowledge Economy: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice” in May 2016. Metrics relating to teaching will be more important, with a direct link to fees. Within a couple of years comparisons will be made at discipline as well as university levels. Presentations will be followed by questions and discussion.
11.45 Tea/coffee break
12.00 Student panel with David Seymour and Rae Bowdler
What do our students really think? A panel of undergraduate and postgraduate students will answer questions about their experience.
2.00 Programmes and policies
So, where we are with BPTC, LPC and LLB development? by Nigel Duncan, David Amos and David Seymour
Using computers in assessment by Will Ellis
Peer review of teaching – the new policy by Linda Jotham
3.15 Tea/coffee break
3.30 Law’s Got Talent!!
5.30 Drinks reception
Please confirm your attendance by replying to Carole Leggett's meeting request, sent on 10th May.
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10.00am - 5.30pmThursday 30th June 2016