A major role of the CTI is to develop opportunities to value and recognise the excellent teaching that can be found across the University. This year will see the launch of a whole week of events dedicated to the recognition of teaching and learning in Westminster. Planned events include the PRESTige Celebration event, National
The Professional Recognition and Enhancement Scheme for Teaching (PRESTige), which now has its home in the CTI, has been designed to encourage colleagues to recognise and record their talents and apply for recognition against a national benchmark of professional standards in teaching (the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in HE),
Each year we hold the Westminster Learning and Teaching Symposium, offering you the opportunity to share innovations; contribute to debates, and build networks and collaborations. Information about this year’s theme and call for papers will follow.
The Centre for Teaching Innovation at the University of Westminster is delighted to host a workshop on Fat Pedagogies in Practice, led by Dr Cat Pausé (Senior Lecturer, Massey University, New Zealand), on Monday December 4th, 3-5pm in room 401, 309 Regent Street, London. Workshop description: In every classroom, norms and attitudes about bodies
You are warmly invited to a Westminster Learning Communities event on Universal Design for Learning on Thursday 23rd November 10.00am-2pm Where: Fyvie Hall, Regent Street (working lunch 1pm-2pm) THRIVE (Thought-Rewarding and lnclusive Value-Led Education) Westminster Learning Community, supported by The Centre for Teaching Innovation (CTI) is hosting an event on Universal Design for Learning
'Fostering Diversity & Inclusivity' Wednesday 6th December, 12.00-2.00 with lunch, Regent Street UG04 You are invited to join us for the first Centre for Teaching Innovation seminar for 2017 - 18 featuring: Onotologies for Inclusivity: Cool Curricula, Sidelining Shibboleths and Being a Bit Brave. Chris Kennett, WSMAD UOW’s Learning Futures programme afforded us all the
Although pedagogical theory has undergone significant transformation in past decades, this is rarely enacted in either the lecture theatre or the seminar room. This forum seeks to remedy this division, by bringing together education specialists and lecturers to discuss pedagogical theory and praxis, as well as introduce new and exciting teaching and learning possibilities.
2018 will mark the second annual CARE conference, a newly established annual research conference sponsored by the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) College of Education. This event brings together scholars from around the U.S. and abroad in order to present scholarship related to a variety of contexts, including theory, practice, empirical research, and