Liverpool Hope University Learning and Teaching Days are normally constituted of three staff development days spread across the academic year.
The September and May events are University-wide, often centred on a specific topical theme, with opportunities for collaboration, sharing good practice and professional development through training workshops. The content of the Faculty event is decided at the discretion of the Deans with input from the FQLT Chairs.
Learning and Teaching Days during 2019/20 will take place as follows:
Friday 20th September 2019 - University Learning and Teaching Day
Assessment - Blooms Taxonomy (Professor Gerald Pillay)
The Liverpool Hope Commitment to Fair Access (Dr Cathy Walsh & Helen McGarry)
The Significance of the Plas Caerdeon Academic Engagement Trips at Level C (a work in progress) (Dr Kevin Crawford & Dr Victoria Kennedy)
The Placement Year at Liverpool Hope (Anna Worsley & Chris Biggs)
Responding to the Student Voice: Reflections on winning the University Learning and Teaching Prize (Liam Owens, Dr Liam O'Callaghan & Dr Caroline Wakefield)
Wednesday 15th January 2020 - Faculty Learning and Teaching Day
Monday 20th July 2020 - University Learning and Teaching Day. The L&T day originally planned for 22nd May will now be replaced by a series of virtual events. Details to be posted as they become known.
Agendas and slides from last year's University Learning and Teaching Days can be found below:
Friday 21st September 2018 - University Learning and Teaching Day
Friday 17th May 2019 - University Learning and Teaching Day