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December 2021

Successfully Supervising Research Students Remotely

10th December @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Learning Objectives How to effectively engage with remote research supervision Peer to peer learning between participants Facilitation reflection on pros and cons of remote supervision Supporting the creation of a community of practice in research supervision nationally

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Using Student Feedback and Learning Analytics in your Professional Development

17th December @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learning Objectives Participants will amend or modify teaching/curriculum considering student evaluations Participants will amend or modify teaching/curriculum considering learning analytics Participants will consider how to close the feedback loop Participants will consider how to incorporate student feedback and learning analytics in their professional development

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January 2022

Plotting your UDL journey: Getting Started and Moving Forward

11th January 2022 @ 1:30 pm

Learning Objectives Participants will learn to apply early steps, approaches and strategies to confidently initiate inclusive practice in their student interactions Participants will learn how to build upon these early steps iteratively over time, moving toward excellent inclusive practice Participants will learn how to approach classroom co-creation with students using UDL as a framework Participants will learn how to leverage the UDL framework and the process of co-creation to increase creativity, collaboration, and learning in their classrooms

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Active Learning to Engage Students and Enhance Learning

13th January 2022 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Learning Objectives Discuss the role of active learning in student engagement and learning Evaluate effective student engagement strategies for your context Describe the challenges and opportunities presented by Active Learning Apply the be “ACTIVE” Learning Framework and create a structured plan to embed active learning in your own teaching and learning context

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Digital Futures in Higher Education Practice and Policy

21st January 2022

Learning Objectives Reflect on existing digital education practices Discuss challenges arising from digital innovation in academic teaching practice Join the conversation around the evolving shape of current and future educational practices

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Teaching, Learning and Assessment Approaches to Support Wellbeing

26th January 2022

Learning Objectives Understand the concept of pedagogy of care Develop an appreciation of student wellbeing issues in higher education Appraise a variety of teaching, learning and assessment approaches that support wellbeing Plan to enhance one’s own teaching, learning and assessment approaches

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Challenges for Learning Design & Teaching Practice Beyond the Pandemic (w/t)

26th January 2022

Learning Objectives Gain a solid understanding of approaches to large-scale pedagogic change in higher education Reflect on the principles underpinning active blended learning (ABL) and their application within HE institutions Consider lessons learned from the transition to emergency remote teaching (ERT) and its impact on subsequent teaching practices Identify new staff development needs as a result of the challenges posed by the pandemic Opportunity to imagine viable pedagogic futures in HE post-COVID

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Using Creative Methodologies to Explore Issues in Educational Practice

26th January 2022

Learning Objectives Discuss the theoretical and methodological implications of using creative methods Explore the practical use of creative approaches in gathering and analysing data Discuss the role of creative approaches in 'giving voice' to participants in educational settings/research

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February 2022

ePortfolio: Enhancing Student Engagement through Reflective Writing

3rd February 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Learning Objectives Identify the challenges faced by students when they engage with ePortfolio writing Examine ways to support students in writing effective reflections on their learning and experience Critically assess some ‘case study’ examples of international best practice associated with writing reflectively for ePortfolio Reflect on how these successes and challenges might transfer to an Irish higher education context, and discuss ways to enhance student engagement through reflective writing Speaker: Professor Kathleen Yancey

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Using MS OneNote for Practical and Portfolio Assessment

4th February 2022

Learning Objectives Obtain an overview on the use of MS OneNote for practical work and portfolios Establish sustainable workflows for managing student engagement, submission, and feedback of assessment Explore student perspectives of using MS OneNote Share best practice in assessment of practical and portfolio work

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