Teaching and learning workshops
We provide a variety of professional development workshops for University of Surrey staff to develop within learning and teaching.
The workshops are interactive, focusing on exploring the interrelationship between learning and teaching, and have been developed to link together, but also act as stand-alone sessions.
There are around 70 workshops available organised into the following themes:
- Assessment and feedback
- Creativity in teaching
- Educational research and evaluation
- Inclusion and diversity
- Learning and teaching design
- Reflective practice
- Regulation/quality assurance
- Supporting students
- Technology-enhanced learning
- Values in teaching
- Mini microteaching
- Observing and being observed
- Writing pedagogic research for publication
- Developing students’ engagement with feedback
- Professional development in the workplace
- Student-staff partnerships
- Introduction to concept mapping
- Creating educational videos
The workshops run throughout the academic year and are open to all members of staff and postgraduate researchers, free of charge, who are currently involved in teaching and/or the support of learning at the University, and who would like the opportunity to develop greater understanding of their role within the learning environment.
For more details and a full list of all our workshops and dates please see our SurreyNet page.