Support for associate teachers, in particular Postgraduates and researchers who teach, is provided through the one-day Introduction to Teaching workshops and the Higher Education Academy accredited and SEDA recognised Supporting Learning Programme (SLP)
You are also encouraged to take advantage of any of the Continuing Professional Development opportunities, intended for all those at Lancaster involved in teaching and supporting students learning.Please book early as demand is always high for these workshops (seeworkshop dates below).
This one-day induction course is designed to help postgraduates, researchers and others involved in modest amounts of demonstrating or seminar teaching to address some of the basic skills and understanding they will need for their work. It assumes that participants have little or no previous teaching experience.
The day will cover:
- Introduction to Learning and Teaching in HE
- Teaching small groups or demonstrating in laboratories
- Assessment issues
- Effective Communication in the teaching context
- Being a postgraduate tutor - addressing participants' own questions and concerns about teaching
Michaelmas term 2014
14th October (Tuesday week 2) FULLY BOOKED
22nd October (Wednesday week 3)
28th October (Tuesday week 4)
30th October (Thursday week 4)
5th November (Wednesday week 5)
Lent term 201521st January (Wednesday week 2 Lent term)
n.b. You do not currently need to have any teaching hours in order to attend this event. Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.
There is no charge for the event, and a light lunch and refreshments will be provided. You will receive a letter of attendance on completion of the workshop for your/your department's records. Departments are also sent a list confirming the names of all those who attend Survival Skills days.
Please note that departments are notified in the event of your non-attendance at an event unless at least 24 hours prior notification is received.
Email:OED@lancaster.ac.uk or phone 01524 510616.
Further enquiries can be addressed to:
Tel: 01524 5-10621
Last updated: 17.06.2014 (PC)