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PGR Teaching Awards 2016

The Postgraduate Teaching Award is an annual award to recognise and celebrate examples of innovative teaching and support of learning. In 2016 there were five winners who each received a certificate and a £100 voucher at the Tri-Campus awards. Due to the high calibre of applicants, an additional four received a ‘Highly Commended’ certificate. The …

PGR Teaching Awards 2015

Postgraduate Teaching Award 2015 The Postgraduate Teaching Award is an annual award to recognise and celebrate examples of innovative teaching and support of learning. In 2015 there were 3 winners who each received a framed certificate and a £100 voucher. Due to the high calibre of applicants, an additional two received a “Highly Commended” certificate. …

UNMC Teaching and Learning newsletter May 2015

Welcome to the 2014/15 roundup of teaching and learning activities at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus as well as a preview of some of the things to come in the coming months. T&L Priority Clusters for UNMC – 2015 The 2015 Priority Clusters for Teaching and Learning were formulated by the UNMC Campus Teaching …

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The road to Senior Fellowship of the HEA

Maris Farquharson: “Whilst completing our PhDs at Nottingham University Business School, UK in 2006/7 a friend suggested that, if we were to consider lecturing as a career, then getting the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) was a must. We were subsequently exposed to a comprehensive overview by the PGCHE team leading a series …

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UNNC T&L newsletter Dec 2014

Prof. Julie Sanders: “Dear Colleagues, There is much activity to report in this latest T&L newsletter and it is a sign of just how lively T&L is at UNNC that so many good things from newly funded technology-enabled learning projects to the formation of the Peer Observation College are happening at the moment. We have …

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UNNC Small Teaching Development Grant successes

Professor Julie Sanders: “We are delighted to announce that the successful proposals for the 2014-15 UNNC Small Teaching and Learning Development Grant (STL) have been selected, with project ideas ranging from navigational design on Moodle and app for supporting student note-making. You can read about the successful applicants and their projects below. App development for …

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UNNC T&L newsletter 11

UNNC Teaching and Learning Newsletter (Special Teacher’s Day Edition 2014). Welcome to the newsletter relating to Teaching and Learning issues, Quality Assurance requirements and the Student Learning Experience. Welcome from Vice Provost Teaching and Learning. September 10th is Teachers Day in China and we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the …

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Evaluate update: September 2014

Prof. Alan Ford: “I am pleased to be able to confirm that Evaluate is now live and available for use.  Evaluate replaces paper-based SET and SEM surveys, which will no longer be processed or supported.   Here you will find further information on training and familiarisation sessions, testing in UNNC and UNMC and more general information …

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TTP: an introduction

Video >> Wyn Morgan introduces the Teaching Transformation Programme and describes the activities so far: The Teaching Transformation Programme web pages include full details of  TTP activities, reports, contacts etc. For colleagues in China, the version below should be available as it is hosted locally:

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Students turn teachers to develop debating course

Julie Sanders: “Students at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) have had the chance to step into their teachers’ shoes by developing their own course. “The course, which will be available from September as an optional module for all UNNC students, was developed by students in collaboration with members of staff. “It will introduce …

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