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Teaching at Nottingham

Teaching is an ongoing interaction with students through course design, teaching activities, assessment and feedback. Every aspect of our teaching addresses the intellectual and personal development of our students.
 
 
Dr Rachel Scudamore
Teaching and Learning Directorate

 

from the Teaching & Learning Directorate

 

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What colleagues are saying about teaching - @UoN blogs

 
 

Curriculum design

Defining the learning experience and outcomes for students; programme and design considerations.
 

Assessment and feedback

Assessing achievements and supporting student progress; the University's assessment framework and examples of its use.

 

Teaching

Designing learning activities and interacting in class; how colleagues got students engaged.

Tools

Investing in new teaching technology and innovation; Moodle and Rogo guides and examples.

 

Forthcoming events

NRS Candidate and Reviewer Briefing

Date
27 May 2016
Location:
Lecture Block B04, Sutton Bonington

Understanding the essence(s) of portfolio based learning

Date
06 - 08 June 2016
Location:
University of Edinburgh

What role can the Flipped Classroom play in Higher Education?

Date
07 June 2016
Location:
A1 Law and Social Sciences

more events   |  past events

 

What colleagues are saying about Teaching and Learning

More from the Talking of teaching blog

 
 

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Teaching and Learning Directorate

The University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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