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Engineering and Materials Forthcoming Events
                                        
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HEA STEM: Engineering and Materials Forthcoming Events




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Building Confident Engineers: New to Teaching (NTT) Workshop

Tuesday 10 September 2013. IET Austin Court, Birmingham

Successful engineering graduates require confidence in order to solve new problems, work with colleagues and excel in their careers. It has also been identified that confident engineering graduates are more likely to pursue careers in engineering.  This workshop has been developed to consider how academics can enable engineering students to develop confidence through teaching, learning and assessment.  In addition, the sessions have been designed to align with the appropriate National Student Survey (NSS) questions. 

This is a free one day event for subscribing institutions and has a cost of £75 for non-subscribing institutions. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

This event is open to academics with less than five years HE teaching experience.

To register for this event please click here.

 

HEA STEM (Engineering and Materials): Workshop for postgraduate students who teach

Monday 8 July 2013.  University College London.

The day will include sessions on: Assessment and Feedback, OER (Open Educational Resources), Teaching for Diversity, Facilitating Small Group Teaching, & Professional Development and the HEA.

This is a free one day event for subscribing institutions and has a cost of £75 for non-subscribing institutions. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Further details and registration information can be found here.

 

Workshop:  Issues, challenges and benefits of using student owned technology in classrooms

11 July 2013. University of Portsmouth

This one day workshop will share the lessons learnt from an institution wide deployment of a student's web-enabled device-based classroom response system. STEM delegates will receive free access to the system for their school/department. Therefore this workshop is a chargeable at £75 for subscribing institutions and £150 for non-subscribing.

To find out more information and register for this workshop click here.

 

 


 

David Andrew, 
HEA CPD Manager
Senior Tutor
 



The Learning Institute 
Queen Mary, University of London

Mile End, London E1 4NS



02078822803

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 Book an appointment with me at http://doodle.com/DavidAndrew

 

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