I recently spoke at the Advance HE Curriculum Symposium, and they kindly asked me to write up the talk, integrating reflections from the audience, for their blog. You can read the post HERE. The title was Hybrid learning and teaching: the role of Quality Assurance in ensuring accessible and equitable provision – and I triedContinue reading “Quality Assurance and Learning Technology”
On 20th May I took part in the Times Higher Education Digital Universities Week 2021 event entitled: ‘What could university look like for the class of 2030? Despite the last year changing higher education in ways we never thought possible, there are still years of transformation ahead of us.” Below are some of my reflections, bothContinue reading “THES Digital Universities – reflections”
Contrarian Scepticism as pro-level passive-aggressive performance. This was a Twitter thread, now posted here, trying to reflect on, extend and reconstruct a talk I gave at ‘Question Criticality’ Symposium at Leeds @CentreCelt in November 2019 about criticality/critical thinking in HE and wider contexts We often laud critical thinking, seeing a lack of it as sociallyContinue reading “Don’t cut yourself on all that edge”
I posted this as a Twitter thread – but am popping it here too – and to remind me that I want to expand on the of details of classroom practice. I have been thinking, sat in Teams meetings obviously, about decolonising practice in Universities. I think I understand why the most common way toContinue reading “Reflections on Decolonising the Curriculum”
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