The Learning and Teaching Podcast Discussion Club is like a book club… but with podcasts!

Instead of reading a book, you’ll listen (in your own time) to a podcast – or more specifically, a specially selected episode of a podcast that has something to do with university learning and teaching. Then you’ll join us for a one hour Zoom session where we’ll discuss the ideas and issues raised in the episode.

We will have discussion questions for each session which we will send out to you beforehand to prompt (and provoke) your thinking and discussing.

Our next session will be on Wednesday4th November, 2020 at 12 noon via Zoom, where we will be discussing the podcast episode: Perspectives in Parryville: Student Reflection (Ep. 16). In this episode, Associate Professor Marina Harvey, an Academic Researcher and Director of Academic Development Services at the University of New South Wales talks about the value of higher-order thinking skills, such as reflection, in a rapidly changing world and how reflection might be viewed as being (not only) a cognitive process but also a somatic, or whole of body experience.

For more information on how to sign up, visit our Teche Events page.

Posted by Fidel Fernando

I am a Learning Designer constantly curious about how to design and facilitate learning through the use of stories, art and technology. I am also inexplicably fond of ferrets.

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