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Teaching & Learning Events

At the University of Reading we understand the diverse needs of all students when it comes to teaching and learning practices.

As a result, we are constantly looking for new and innovative approaches that enhance the learning experience. We run a schedule of events that provide staff members with the opportunity to discover, learn and collaborate on new teaching and learning practices across the university.

Choose a category below to explore the relevant upcoming events

T&L Conferences

In these interactive sessions, we explore the benefits and challenges of different approaches to teaching through discussion of shared experiences and ideas.

Technology Enhanced Learning

We consider and review the implications and opportunities of introducing and expanding the use of varied technologies in our teaching and learning activities.

T&L Programme: T&L Policy

These sessions, many of which are delivered by our Teaching and Learning Deans, focus on understanding our University policies and the procedures that underpin them.

T&L Programme: Design and planning

In these sessions we focus on module and programme design, including how to embed the strands of the Curriculum Framework across programmes.

T&L Programme: Teaching approaches

In these interactive sessions we explore the benefits and challenges of different approaches to teaching through discussion of shared experiences and ideas.

T&L Programme: Assessing and giving feedback

These practical sessions focus on ways of designing assessments and giving feedback to learners.

T&L Programme: Supporting students

Through understanding the diverse needs of all students, we reflect on ways to enhance the inclusivity of our teaching and support our students effectively.

T&L Programme: Engaging in CPD

Opportunities for all staff to enhance their professional skills.

Teaching & Learning showcases

Colleagues share their practical experiences in teaching through a series of short presentations at our themed showcases.

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