Institute of Historical Research, London, Tuesday 12th September 2017
Wolfson Room, Senate House
9.30-10.00: Arrival, Registration and Tea/Coffee.
10.00-10.15: Welcome and Introduction: key themes and issues. Peter D’Sena, IHR/University of Hertfordshire.
10.15-11.15: Decoding the Discipline and Curriculum Design. Peter D’Sena, IHR/University of Hertfordshire.
11.15-11.30: Morning Tea/coffee
11.30-12.20: Modes of Teaching 1: teaching small groups – the seminar/workshop. Jamie Wood, University of Lincoln.
12.20-13.00: Sandwich lunch provided.
13.00-13.45: Modes of Teaching 2: digital history in the student learning experience. James Baker, University of Sussex.
13.45-14.45: Building your Career and Job Applications (plus follow-on discussion). Peter D’Sena, IHR/University of Hertfordshire.
14.45-15.00: Afternoon Tea/Cake
15.00-15.45: Defining and Measuring Excellence in the Teaching of History in Higher Education. Paper presentation, with debate to follow. Adele Nye, University of New England, Australia.
15.45-16.15: Closing Remarks: the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF): Panel discussion.
Times may be subject to slight variation.
This event is free to attend and has received generous sponsorship and support from the Royal Historical Society and History UK .
All are welcome to carry on informal discussions and networking with us at a nearby pub.
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