Due to the current Covid-19 situation, all Professional Staff Development Sessions have been postponed and will be rescheduled as soon as practicable.
However … we are still running our writing retreats and everyone is welcome!
We have merged all sessions (University generic and PGCert THE7003 specific module support) and everyone is welcome to join in online at any point during the day. Please ‘Tweet’ during the day and join us for #virtualcoffee.
If you need any additional help of support please get in touch
Kindest Dawne (firstname.lastname@example.org / @belld17)
Friday 27th March
Tuesday 21st April
Friday 24th April
Monday 18th May
Monday 4th May
Monday 15th June
Friday 22nd May
Thursday 9th July: Full day (Please not the original focus was support for ACRE abstracts and papers however this conference has now been postponed)
Congratulations to #LTHEchat colleagues who have been awarded an #LTHEchat ‘Golden Tweet Award’. https://lthechat.com/
“This spring we would like to award a triple Golden Tweeter Award to our exiting #LTHEchat organising team from Jan to March 2020, Dr Nathalie Sheridan, Dr Dawne Irving-Bell and their mentor Dr Chris Jobling who worked tirelessly and with great commitment on the steering wheel of the chat under challenging circumstances. We are grateful for all their hard work, professionalism and creative input. This team has come up with interventions that have been proactive and responsive to real problems we are all facing and shown that together we can get through this.
This team and their mentor Chris has shown that introducing rotating organising teams some years ago and now even mentors who have previously supported the chat and the #LTHEchat community can be a sustainable solution for such an open professional development initiative. A special massive thank you to Chris for many years of engagement and commitment to the whole #LTHEchat community. What would we do without you?”
SEDA is committed to providing constructive support to all those working in educational development and the higher education sector worldwide. As part of this we have created an editable Google document in which we are collating links to practical resources. The document is fully editable, without the need for a Google account, so please go ahead and add your suggestions to the relevant categories. If you find a resource which would be useful but does not fit neatly in any of the categories already used then please suggest a new category.
#LTHEchat resources have been pasted into the SEDA document