Author Archives: stevecayzer
Like many of those in Higher Education, I have moved my teaching online. Since my sessions involve highly interactive team work and very little ‘lecturing’ this had proved a challenge. In this blog I present some reflections and learnings from … Continue reading
Last week I went to see Owen Hewlett from Gold Standard talking about what Net Zero actually means using a base of science based targets.
On 5 December, I hosted a Team Based Learning (TBL) ‘masterclass’ @UniOfBath. We had a useful discussion of concerns about TBL and how to address them. If you are potentially interested in applying TBL or other active learning approach, you … Continue reading
Well, sort of.
Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship (#ESLTIS19) was held this year in the wonderful Edinburgh Napier (July 18-19 2019) (photo credit: Tracey Madden) Another great conference for those involved with teaching and learning in HE. Highlights for me included: A … Continue reading
At the end of 2018, I posted upbeat blog on Team Based Learning. Having now delivered two major units in TBL style, it is high time to post some of my reflections on the topic. Quick summary: I am still … Continue reading
Tampa, Florida, 13-15 March 2019 Last week I was lucky enough to attend the annual gathering of the Team Based Learning (TBL) Collaborative. In summary, the themes including leading educational change (not just TBL) in an institution, trends including TBL … Continue reading
This semester, I have been experimenting with Team Based Learning; I am really happy with the outcome so have decided to write a series of blog posts about it. Continue reading
ESLTIS (Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship) is a learning and teaching conference – in its 4th year (and I have gone to all of them) this year it was in Bristol and the theme was ‘transitions’. This applies to … Continue reading
Conference summary : meetup with lots of folks passionate about active learning of various forms; this report contains my overall impression plus a list of those ideas I thought worth further consideration including: agile scenario construction; study of emergent network … Continue reading