Masterclass -21st Century students
|Starts:||10:00 29 Apr 2020|
|Ends:||12:00 29 Apr 2020|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health|
|Speaker:||Callum Mogridge , Doron Cohen, Sam Hemsley|
The session is designed to stimulate discussion around the challenges faced by current students and how our teaching methodologies can be best aligned to support them. Attendees will gain insight from a number of practitioners who have been recognised for their contributions to teaching and/or assessment and practical tips will be given to support attendees to more easily connect with and support the needs of their students moving forwards.
The intended learning outcomes of the session are:
To critically evaluate what we mean by the “21st Century Student”
To consider the challenges and barriers that the “21st Century Student” is likely to encounter during their studies
To gain a student insight into current teaching methods and how these do, could and should align with the needs of the contemporary student
To share some cross-discipline examples of good teaching practices that support the learning needs of current students
To reflect on what teaching practices attendees can adopt for use in their own teaching
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The Academy for Education and Professional Development’s mission is “To ensure consistent high-quality development and delivery of educational programmes with student experience at their heart”. Academy events are open to all those who contribute to the development, delivery and management of FBMH undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development programmes including staff from across the University, the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre and our NHS clinical education partners. The Pedagogy Seminar Series provides a forum to discuss research undertaken and/or pedagogy literature of interest.
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