Tagged: learning

Upcycling – it is what we do

Take something old: laboratory glassware in this case. Make something new: vases, oil bottles. We were told no food use. Laboratory glass. Who knows what’s been in it. Sara gave us pens. Special pens....

FSLT Joining Instructions

First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (#fslt16) 20 January – 26 February 2016 Joining Instructions (reposted from George Roberts’ work blog) Hello all Thank you for your interest in First Steps...

Course Design Intensives for TEL in Semester two

This is an advance notice, because I am excited about it. OCSLD and the TEL Implementation Team are looking for opportunities to work with course teams in faculties through half-day to one-day workshops looking...

OU ‘First in Family’ seminar

Neil Currant writes: I am a real fan of one day or half day seminars on interesting topics, especially ones that are free! Add in the additional draw of an academic who I have...

Destroy All Exams review

On Monday 17th February, TeaLab met to discuss alternative forms of assessment. I facilitated a discussion on how effective different forms of assessment are, focusing on written essay exams and peer review. We were...

Tea Lab Brookes, Friday 4 October

Friday 4 October 1200-1330 Boardroom 1 First of our occasional sessions, open to all 1200 Bring your lunch if you want. Coffee and Cake will be provided 1220 Welcome to Tea Lab Brookes: communities,...

Tea Lab Brookes update

Tea Lab or T-Lab at Brookes is taking shape. Tea Lab is an informal and occasional gathering of people at Brookes who are interested in contemporary learning and teaching practice, and moving it forward....

T-Lab

Welcome to the launch of T-Lab: Teaching and Learning at Brookes. [What? The name has changed? Yes, an Internet search shows TeaLab is a big media marketing and PR company who works for the...