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Community pedagogies in action

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Written by Laura Loyola-Hernández (School of Geography & LITE Fellow) The ways in which we approach student-facing activities within universities arecomplex, multifaceted and diverse. We...

Blog: Reflection on a LITE Fellowship

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Written by Chiara La Sala (School of Languages, Cultures and Societies) Reflection on a LITE Fellowship In 2020-21, I was awarded a Leeds Institute for...

All aboard the ISSOTL express!

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  I’m not new to the concept of scholarship in teaching and learning but my recent experience of attending the International Society for the Scholarship...

Diverging and Converging for Team-Based Learning

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Diverging and Converging for Team-Based Learning  Working on team-based activities can be challenging for many students. For example, some students feel uncomfortable or not sufficiently...

Reflections on Global Citizenship

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In 2021, we started a Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) fellowship that aims to help academics embed Global Citizenship (GC) in the curriculum. ‘Global...

Reflections on my first year as a fellow

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Phase 1 of my LITE fellowship project involved recruiting students from across campus who self-identified as ‘under-represented’ to form a research team with me to...

SEC 2022 and Decolonising

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Femi Owolade is a Research Assistant at LITE supporting a range of LITE Fellowships contributing to the University's work in widening participation and student success....