Events

Our Compassionate Campus Conversations are set to restart for the new semester!     The sessions, led by Bridgette Bewick are a space for staff and students to regularly come together to explore and discuss how we might develop a more compassionate curriculum at the University of Leeds. The conversations are hybrid events that you can…
In the next Assessment Matters session we will explore the concept of ungrading – a broad approach that questions why we give students so many marked assignments, how this shapes education, and considers how it might be changed – and how this pedagogical approach may be relevant for our practice at Leeds. It is not…

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On Thursday February 17th 1-2 we will be holding our regularly scheduled Compassionate Curriculum Conversation, led by Bridgette Bewick. The series is a space for staff and students to regularly come together to explore and discuss how we might develop a more compassionate curriculum at the University of Leeds. To sign up and/or to let…
Our latest Share, Adopt, Adapt Workshop, presented in collaboration with TIPS Community focuses upon Academic Personal Tutoring. The workshop will be a chance to gather with others with personal tutoring roles and hear more about approaches to the role, and how these can influence student sense of belonging. The session is curated by the Emily…
This interactive workshop, lead by Professor Mick Healey, is focused on writing for publication in refereed journals. Specific examples will focus on writing about learning and teaching in higher education, though the principles apply to preparing academic and professional journal articles across the disciplines. The workshop will give you opportunities to: Choose a suitable journal…
On Thursday January 27th 3-4, we will be hosting our very first LITE Teaching Show watch party! This new episode features National Teaching Fellow Alison Voice. Alison explains her research on spaced repetition as a tool for learning retention, and as any previous viewer of these clips will know, we like to have fun with…
In our latest Share, Adapt, Adopt Workshop, organised in conjunction with the TIPS Community and curated by PebblePad Academic Lead, Ruth Payne, we will hear from Alice Potter, Helen Iball, and Joslin McKinney about their innovative use of the software. University of Leeds Staff can sign up for the event here. Using PebblePad for research…
This coming Wednesday January 12th 1-2 we will be holding our regularly scheduled Compassionate Curriculum Conversation, led by Bridgette Bewick. The series is a space for staff and students to regularly come together to explore and discuss how we might develop a more compassionate curriculum at the University of Leeds. To sign up and/or to…
The theme for our annual Student Education Conference is Belonging and Community. The conference will be opened by our Vice Chancellor, followed by the chance to hear from our new Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Education, Jeff Grabill and our keynote presenter Dr. Eric Mazur. As well as keynote presentations we will also be hearing from…
LITE Fellow Bridgette Bewick will lead December’s ‘I belong: Compassionate Curriculum Conversation’ on Wednesday December 8th 1pm-2pm. The series is a space for staff and students to regularly come together to explore and discuss how we might develop a more compassionate curriculum at the University of Leeds. To sign up and/or to let Bridgette know…
This event aims to showcase some examples of ways of working with students as partners within and beyond credit-bearing modules. Working with students as partners is a fundamental feature of the Leeds Curriculum Redefined project and this event is an ideal opportunity to learn more about approaches taken by colleagues across a selection of Faculties….
LITE has a number of affiliated, faculty, school, or theme-based research groups. If you’d like to find out more- this is the session for you! Here you can find out how to get involved in the work that your affiliate is doing (or would like to do), without any pressure or obligation at the end…