Learning Communities Forum – 25th June 2008

Transforming Teaching and Learning – an Australian experience
3.00 – 4.00pm, Wednesday 25th June 2008
Venue: Room H113, Caledonian Academy

The Caledonian Academy is pleased to announce a Learning Communities Forum on 25th June 2008. The presenter, Margaret Hicks, will share her experiences of transforming teaching and learning at the University of South Australia.

If you would like to attend, please respond as soon as possible to Elfrieda Callaghan, Tel. 273 1319. view more details

Learning Communities Forum

“A practical approach to embedding equality and diversity in learning and teaching:”
3.00 – 4.00pm, Thursday 29th May 2008
Venue: Room H113, Caledonian Academy

The Caledonian Academy is pleased to announce a Learning Communities Forum on 29th May 2008. The Presenter, Adrian Lui, will be sharing his experiences on a highly topical aspect of learning and teaching: “A practical approach to embedding equality and diversity in learning and teaching:”
We hope you will come along and join the discussion (view further details).

Learning Communities Forum

“Self and Peer Assessment” and “Work-Ready Curriculum Integration”
3.00 – 4.00pm, Tuesday 6th May 2008
Venue: Room H113, Caledonian Academy

The Caledonian Academy is pleased to announce a Learning Communities Forum on 6th May 2008. The Presenter, Andrew Litchfield, will be sharing his experiences on two highly topical aspects of learning and teaching: “An Approach to Self and Peer Assessment” and “Work-Ready Curriculum Integration”.
We hope you will come along and join the discussion (view further details).

Learning Communities Forum

Transformation, e-learning and pedagogy: the TESEP project’s story
12.30pm – 2pm, Tuesday 22nd April 2008
Venue: H113, Caledonian Academy

The Caledonian Academy is pleased to announce a Learning Communities Forum on 22nd April 2008. This event is open to all staff with an interest in how pedagogy can underpin institutional change, and the role that e-learning can play in this.

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Employability at GCU: The Real WoRLD Project

Real WoRLD stands for ‘Realising Work-Related Learning Diffusion’. Work-related learning is a key component of Glasgow Caledonian University’s Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy. One of its strategic goals is to build students’ competencies in the skills demanded by employers in a knowledge economy. This new project, organised by the Caledonian Academy, aims to raise the profile of employability across the university through encouraging all schools to embed work-related learning activities into their programmes, use innovative approaches in learning and teaching to enhance their students’ professional skills and engage with employers on a regular basis. View project website