CLTR Conference – Presentations Programme Confirmed

Application, Integration and Discovery: Researching Learning & Teaching in the Disciplines
Wednesday 3rd June 2009, 08:45-16:45 – Ormskirk Campus

Booking is now open for the 8th Centre for Learning & Teaching Research Centre (CLTR) Conference. To book your place please complete the online registration form on the conference website:
The conference is free of charge to Edge Hill staff. Since SOLSTICE is holding its conference on Thursday 4th June, booking for both conferences is being taken on the same form.

Along with our two keynote speakers, Dr Peter Kahn and Dr Jacqueline Potter, we have 21 presentations from academics from around the UK and within Edge Hill. A full list is availabe below.

Solbella Berrosco (Edge Hill) Word order in academic texts: what difference does it make? A comparative Education study between Spanish and English

Craig Collinson (Edge Hill) In spite of the system not because of it: reflections on ‘false generosity’ and ‘dehumanization’ in the experience of Dyslexic postgraduates

Helen Day (UCL) Making an IMPACT: how the relationships between teaching and research are defined, differentiated and named within different disciplines

Claire Hamshire & W Ron Cullen (Manchester Met) Integrated induction material to facilitate the transition to higher education: the Easy Start project

Marie Hay (DeMontfort) Assessment and feedback for autonomous learning in dance practice

Amina Helal & Gillian Fielding (Salford) Overcoming barriers to the knowledge transfer process: the experience of developing the Technology for Teaching programme at the University of Salford

Richard Hill (Sheffield Hallam) Changing conversations: an institutional strategy for research informed learning and teaching

Fiona G Holland (Derby) An investigation into lecturers’ attitudes towards teaching in an increasingly diverse higher education setting

Christine Keenan (Bournemouth) Stepping Stones to induction and quick integration to students in HE

Tony Liversidge (Edge Hill) Supervisor as mentor?: lines in the sand

Peter Lumsden & Paul Joyce (UCL) Views of staff in science-based disciplines regarding links between research and teaching

Sarah Lyons, Val Gant & Debbie Ford (Edge Hill) Working in partnership towards a ‘joined-up approach’ to Social Work education: the development of innovative frameworks for integrated learning

Gillian Marshall (Cumbria) Promoting independent learning by curriculum design and assessment in a taught postgraduate MRI programme

Claire Mashiter (UCL) Demystifying the academic: the role of internships in the teaching-research nexus

Teresa McConlogue (Queen Mary) Trials and tribulations in facilitating professional development: an early report on the “Developing healthcare professional’ understanding of the assessment and teaching of reflective writing” project at QMLU and City University

A Nortcliffe & A Middleton (Sheffield Hallam) Student audio notes

Cassandra O’Connor (Bolton) Postgraduate learning and employability

Andrew Sackville (Edge Hill) Induction to a postgraduate programme

Zelzy Shara Al-Johary (Brunei) The influence of motives, attitude and teacher training programmes on teachers’ professionalism of student teacher at Institute of Education Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, University Brunei Darussalam

Tony Turjansky (Edge Hill) Would you credit it?: considerations of level, learning outcomes and volume of learning in the design of module-based curriculum

Gaynor Wood (UCL) Let’s build a replica 14th century tile kiln: using a problem based learning activity to engage students in the teaching-research nexus

About Jennie Barnsley

I am the Research Development Officer in the CLTR (Centre for Learning & Teaching Research) where I have worked part-time since January 2005. In this role I develop activities and resources to encourage and support colleagues across the institution to research their pedagogic theory and practice.
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