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Forthcoming workshop: Developing engaged curricula: Film as critical pedagogy - 8 February 2017

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The LITEbox team is delighted to invite you and your departmental colleagues to participate in an exciting series of workshops showcasing good practice of using technology to facilitate public engagement within teaching at the University of Bath.

The second workshop, on Wednesday 8 February 2017 at 2:15-3:05 pm in CB 3.6, will showcase the work of Dr Darragh McGee, Lecturer, Dept. for Health, and is entitled “Developing engaged curricula: Film as critical pedagogy”.

Darragh will give a 25-minute presentation focusing on how the integration of film into the curricula has increased and impacted the engagement of his students and added pedagogic value to learning and teaching. This will be followed by questions and time for interactive reflection.

Please register for Darragh's workshop

Please feel free to forward this invitation to other colleagues, who may be interested in attending.

These workshops are part of a LITEbox project, funded by the University's Teaching Development Fund (TDF), exploring the role that new and existing technologies can play in supporting teaching and learning techniques in the classroom that enable students to engage with the public and other communities. This workshop series will continue throughout March and April.

The penultimate workshop will be held on Wednesday 1 March 2:15-3:05 and will include a panel discussion regarding the role of technology in enhancing student engagement with industry partners. You can also register for this workshop.

The final workshop will be held on Wednesday 5 April 2:15-3:05 and will showcase good practice examples of tech-facilitated student engagement with external publics at Bath and beyond - for this workshop please register here.

Funded by the University’s Teaching Development Fund (TDF), this project builds on the work of the Alumni-funded University-wide initiative LITEbox and is seeking to share and disseminate ideas to innovate this aspect of research-enriched teaching.

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