Good Practice in Assessment Setting and Feedback – Claire Allam

Tuesday 20 February, 1.30pm – 2.50pm, Williamson Building G.03

Claire is a principal fellow of the HEA and has been working in Teaching and Learning Service at the University of Sheffield for over 20 years. Claire also has experience of designing innovative assessments across programmes.

No registration required, just turn up on the day.  

Learning@Lunch – Teaching and Learning about Professionalism

Tuesday 27 February, 12.00 – 13.00, Simon Building, 5.08

Delivered by: Dr Jennifer Silverthorne

Undergraduates from a variety of disciplines are required to demonstrate their professionalism in addition meeting academic standards, in order to succeed at university. However, professional standards are often opaque and can be interpreted in numerous ways, instruction is implicit and many behaviours are context-specific. Educators are able to easily identify when learners exhibit unprofessional behaviours, but often struggle to offer instruction to individuals whose personal values and beliefs are not aligned well with professional norms.

After attending this Learning at Lunch seminar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify ways in which student and academic perspectives on professionalism differ
  • Use social theory to understand how learning about professionalism can be optimised
  • Critically evaluate how their own students learn about professionalism in order to identify opportunities to maximise learning

If you would like to attend this seminar, please register via Eventbrite.

Teaching Scholarship and Research (TSAR) Monthly Forum

Monday 19 March, 12:00 – 13:00, Committee Room A, Stopford Building

Are you interested in learning more about scholarship in teaching and learning? We are pleased to extend the monthly Health Teaching Scholarship and Research (TSAR) Forum run by Lucie Byrne-Davies and Jo Hart across the whole of FBMH. TSAR has provided an opportunity to discuss scholarship ideas, protocols, activities, results, presentations and publications. This informal and supportive (please bring along your lunch if you would like) meeting allows you to find out about the work of others or to discuss your own ideas and/or work.

Please register via Eventbrite.

Flipping Brilliant – Gareth Bramley

Tuesday 20 March, 2:00pm – 3:00pm, Williamson Building 2.05

Gareth has been designing courses and developing flipped learning on the LPC and UG Law courses for most of his career. Gareth has also won several awards for his course design and student feedback and engagement.

No registration required, just turn up on the day.

Next events

Pedagogy Seminar Series: Acknowledging Diversity
Wednesday 14 March, 12.00 – 1.00, Michael Smith Building B.4208
Dr Rebecca Farrington

Pedagogy Seminar Series: Transformational Education – CHERIL Project
Wednesday 18 April, 12.00 – 1.00, Michael Smith Building B.4208
Dianne Burns

For further information, contact Seena Patel via or call +(0)161 275 1179.