Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Fwd: Expertise Symposium II: Final Call for Contributions

Exploring Expertise for Teaching in Higher Education

The Artistry of Teaching

14 -21st October 2022

This second online event follows in the footsteps of the success of the 2020 'Exploring Expertise' Symposium and subsequent Routledge/SEDA book 'Developing Expertise for Teaching in Higher Education' (see signature below for a discount code!).


Proposals are invited for short synchronous and asynchronous presentations. Deadline for submission is midnight on Friday 1st July 2022.

We welcome proposals related to the overall topic of the symposium and in relation to the key theme of Artistry of Teaching and the following sub-themes:

·       Performance & improvisation / teaching persona

·       Authenticity: self-expression, teacher identity, individuality, creativity

·       Professional identity in the academy, including different roles who contribute to L&T

·       Motivation to develop expertise / continuously improve teaching

·       Relational pedagogy: compassion, care, learning with the students

·       Artistry of teaching in the disciplines: how the Artistry of Teaching is manifest in different disciplines and professions


Best wishes,

Helen & the Symposium Planning Team


Professor Helen King PhD NTF SFSEDA PFHEA


(Pronouns she/her)

Professor & Deputy Director, Academic Practice Directorate, UWE Bristol

Honorary Associate Professor, University of Queensland

Co-Chair: Staff & Educational Development Association (SEDA)

Editor: Developing Expertise for Teaching in Higher Education



Room 5E15, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QY

Tel: +44 117 3284127

Twitter: @drhelenking





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