Excellence in Teaching Symposium
The Surrey ExciTeS conference offers the opportunity to reflect upon, share and inspire good practice in learning and teaching through a range of presentations, workshops and discussions. It is an opportunity to develop networks of like-minded colleagues and consider innovations in teaching practice that are taking place across the University of Surrey.
Surrey ExciTeS 3 April 2019
A chance to share best practice and showcase innovation.
The 2019 theme is: Student-staff partnership
The Students as Partners discourse describes mutually beneficial relationships in which both students and staff are actively engaged in learning enhancement. Examples might be collaborative research projects, community engagement, extra-curricular activities or leadership activities.
For further information contact Marion Heron.
Registration to attend the Surrey ExciTeS symposium is now open please sign up here.
You can find the programme for the day on our Surreynet page.
"Higher education is characterised by a rhetoric of research-led teaching that can describe anything from the way a curriculum is designed through to how up-to-date lecturers are on their subject knowledge. We speculate that it is the almost intangible, embodied expertise of the researcher that gives distinctiveness to the university classroom."Dr Richard Wingate