We are delighted to have Professor Felton (Elon University, US) returning to facilitate a second (virtual) interactive event on Wednesday 18th January  (13:00 – 15:00hrs) that will garner a collective response to questions generating during the LTExChange Symposium Event on November 30th with focus on practical steps we can take on our own and with our colleagues to create a more relational, compassionate university.

Taken together, this two-part interactive series offers a timely exploration of how we can make our work – and our institutions – more relational and compassionate.

Professor Peter Felton delivered the first symposium event of the year on 30th November with a focus on the theme of ‘The Compassionate Curriculum’.

We invite colleagues to review the recording of Professor Felton’s talk and consider the three questions posed (see above) ahead of attending the second interactive event on January 18th.

In this interactive talk Professor Felton discussed his respected international work in relationship-rich education in a wide-ranging exposition of relational approaches to pedagogic practice and learning design in higher education.

Building on his review of this shifting landscape for student learning, Professor Felton posed several key questions:

1. What do you do to cultivate educational relationships with/among your students?

2. What are significant barriers to developing these relationships?

3. What do you do to develop relationships that support your professional thriving?

Professor Felton will be facilitating discussions in response to these questions as we continue to consider what compassionate pedagogy means for us both now and in the future.

Book your place on the event here or email LTE@tees.ac.uk

LTExChange Symposium Event – 18th January 2023 – Book Now!
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