LTE Conference – Personal Tutoring

LTE Conference – Personal Tutoring

There has been much focus on Personal Tutoring over the last two years. The University’s Personal Tutoring Code of Practice, providing a consistent approach across the University, was implemented in September 2018 and this academic year has seen the launch of StREAM – the learner analytics platform pulling together individual student data reflecting their level of engagement. We have been fortunate to secure two speakers at the forthcoming LTE Conference (taking place on Thursday 5th March) who will be presenting around these areas.

Enhancing Student Health and Wellbeing in the curriculum

Enhancing Student Health and Wellbeing in the curriculum

At the Learning and Teaching conference on Thursday 5th March 2020, Dr Anne Llewellyn will be presenting a session on Enhancing Student Health and Wellbeing in the curriculum.This session will discuss the value of embedding resources in the curriculum to help to prevent some of the significant impact of social and academic transitions into higher education. Resources such as the AMOSSHE Resilience toolkit will be explored within a holistic model of student wellbeing which integrates personal identity into a constructivist paradigm of knowledge gain and skills development. Thursday 5th March is also University Mental Health Day and running alongside this year’s conference are two workshops.

My Degree, My Future: An LTE Conference

My Degree, My Future: An LTE Conference

The Oxford English Dictionary definition of Conference is “a formal meeting of people with a shared interest”, an apposite description of the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Conference on 16th March 2017. Students and staff from Teesside University and its partner colleges met to discuss employability and student futures, and it was great to see so many people engaged with this agenda…