ABOUT THE DAY ABOUT THE DAY


This year’s theme speaks to the ways in which teaching within the academy is influenced by external factors.

The aim of L&T Day is to showcase the range of teaching at UEA and to encourage dialogue and enquiry. How is teaching shaped and informed by the wider context in which it sits? How does teaching and learning have an impact on contemporary society, business and the workplace? And finally, what new developments do we see on the horizon?

With these questions in mind the L&T Day Steering Group identified 4 strands for the day:

  • Strand 1: Outreach, Engagement and Partnerships

  • Strand 2: Employability

  • Strand 3: New Horizons

  • Strand 4: Research-Based Teaching

PROGRAMME DETAILS PROGRAMME DETAILS

Timetable

Full details of the day are available here - updated 3 April


Presentation and poster abstracts

View the digital abstract book - updated 12 May
Downloadable pdf of the abstract book - updated 12 May

RESOURCES FROM THE DAY RESOURCES FROM THE DAY

Recordings from the day

Keynote - ANDY WOOD, ADNAMS CEO & NBS PROFESSOR

Panel Discussion - HELENA GILLESPIE, EDU | EYLEM ATAKAV, FTV | JERRY WHITE, NORWICH CITY COLLEGE | CHRISTINE ALLEN, JAMES PAGET UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL | LOU CHIU, UNION OF UEA STUDENTS

The Teaching Excellence Framework - NEIL WARD, VCO

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Presentation abstracts: Strand 1: Outreach, engagement and partnerships

 

The world INTO the University
JULIA LANCASTER | TIM HANMER, INTO

Engaging with the community whilst developing professional practice through an audiovisual project
CARLOS DE PABLOS-ORTEGA, PPL

Enhancing Study Abroad partnerships to enhance the student experience
ALEX COLE, ANNA VIOLANTE, KATRIEN VERBRUGGEN & CLEMENTINE JONES, ARM | CLAUDINA RICHARDS, LAW & ALFONSO AVILA-MERINO, NBS

Student ambassador STEM outreach activity: lessons from the USA
CLARE GARTLAND, UCS

‘You are smarter than a 10 year old – I promise you’: Supporting UG students to develop and facilitate outreach sessions
KRISTINA GARNER & STUDENTS, LAW

Language and communication workshopsintroducing active learning and engagement through meaningful community based project
ILSE RENAUDIE, PPL

World on the street: a case study of university students and secondary school pupils as learning and teaching partners in a global education and public engagement project
PABLO DALBY, DEV/STS

Bringing the outside in - recording students’ non-academic experiences as a peer support resource
ZOE BETT, ECO


Presentation abstracts: Strand 2: Employability

Double your money (you’re bound to get rich)
PAUL THOMPSON | TRACY WOODS, INTO

(Re)constructing graduate attributes: how student submissions to the UEA Award can give insight into the benefit of taught programmes
REBECCA ELLIS | JAMES GOODWIN, CCEN

Employability – a marriage of Associate Deans!
LISA TAYLOR | EMMA SUTTON | KATRINA EMERSON, FMH

Employability within the curriculum: is authentic assessment the real deal?
GRAHAM MANVILLE, NBS

Digital heritage: equipping students for the cultural and creative industries
TIM SNELSON | ANGELA GRAHAM | JUSTINE MANN & SEAN KELLY, EAFA/BACW

Medical students working as healthcare assistants
SUSANNE LINDQVIST, MED/CIPP


Presentation abstracts: Strand 3: New horizons

Pedagogy for the virtual classroom: delivery and interactivity in the ‘UEA/SeNSS online training series for PGRs’
SIMON WATTS, SSF

India@70: UEA’s India dialogue in perspective
DANIEL RYCROFT, AMA | LEE MARSDEN, PPL

Badges and leaderboards: levelling up history
CHRIS JONES, HIS | PAUL WRIGHT | OLLIE WATKINS, ITCS

From blended learning to blended surveying: an effective way to listen and to respond to the student voice
FABIO R ARICÒ, ECO

Exploring the future with Ethnographic Futures Research
FLORENCE DUJARDIN, CSED

How will the Teaching Excellence Framework measure learning gain? Reflections on UEA’s HEFCE funded project
HELENA GILLESPIE, EDU | ANNAMARI YLONEN, EDU | NEIL WARD, VCO | SIMON LANCASTER, CHE | FABIO ARICO, ECO

SAIL - a unique learning voyage?
ROSIE DOY, HSC | EMMA COONAN, LIB | ALICIA MCCONNELL, CETL | TOM PADDOCK, HSC STUDENT


Presentation abstracts: Strand 4: Research-based Teaching

An exploration of the barriers and enablers to implementing novel teaching methods in undergraduate education
JEREMY SOKHI | JESSICA COOPER, PHA

SHARMED (Shared Memories and Dialogue), a European project of pedagogical innovation
FEDERICO FARINI | ANGELA SCOLLAN | SHAMEA MIA, UCS

Establishing learning-centred advising
MARGARET BUNTING | KATIE ELLIS, MED

 Stop! In the name of learning: techniques for facilitating lower-order and higher order thinking in lectures 
MATTHEW MORELAND, HSC

The regeneration of independent development (guru-free change)
SALLY ANN GRITTON | MARTIN LEBERMAN, MOUNTVIEW ACADEMY OF THEATRE ARTS

Politics, affect, and the politics of affect in the classroom
HILARY EMMETT | REBECCA FRASER, AMA

Using exemplars to help improve students’ assessment literacy and self-efficacy
JEREMY SCHILDT, LET | GARY PARLETT, HSC | HELEN JAMES, BIO | NEIL COOPER, PSY | PAUL WRIGHT, ITCS

How do we get Robert to learn more like Susan? Exploring strategies to deepen student learning
CATHERINE BAXTER, MOUNTVIEW ACADEMY OF THEATRE ARTS


Posters 

Enhancing understanding of internet law through film for the ‘Netflix & Chill’ generation
KAREN MC CULLAGH, LAW

Teaching and promoting computing science by programming NAO robots
RUDY J. LAPEER, CMP

Exploring opportunities for staff mobility
CLAUDINA RICHARDS, LAW | CLEMENTINE JONES, ARM

Pilot study on dementia care education – dealing with communication difficulties
ELIZABETH DAVISON, CIPP | SARAH HOUSDEN, HSC

Student engagement, world heritage, and economic impact
DAVID GILL, UCS

You are smarter than a 10 year old – I promise you’: Supporting UG students to develop and facilitate outreach sessions
KRISTINA GARNER & STUDENTS, LAW

DTS program improves international students’ teaching skills to design and lead seminars in higher education
YU SUN, MED

The use of offline gamification in the classroom and online gamification outside the classroom
SABINE JACQUES, LAW