Come along to our Teaching & Learning Conference to share good practice and be part of the community in a supportive, hands-on teaching practice open space. We very much welcome everyone from early, mid and senior practitioners including those of you who have entered for or won teaching awards to come and share your work.
You are welcome to propose your own theme but here are some ideas on additional topics you would like to discuss during the Conference:
How do we make online learning compelling and innovative? Join us to discuss tried-and-tested blended and authentic assessments, and to identify best practices that have emerged.
The lockdown has impacted everyone, raising significant wellbeing concerns, especially within higher education context. How do we as educators can support student wellbeing while developing our own resilience?
Educators have had to learn new technologies and adapt existing practices to suit their new learning and teaching environments. Come to share and learn from one another the ‘hacks’ that we’ve acquired in our use of L&T technologies.
There has been plenty of challenges but, arguably, educators’ newfound capabilities offer new opportunities such as widening participation. Come and share your experiences in developing new opportunities that have emerged from the past months.
We recognise that our experiences are rich and diverse. This stream welcomes educators to share their learnings, experiences and ideas from the past 12 or more months on any topic/ practice that does not fit any of the previous five streams.
As part of the day, we are delighted to be joined by three esteemed learning and teaching scholarly practitioners, Professor Catherine Cassell, Dr Inge Hill and Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith, who will share their education leadership and experiences with delegates.
Please find below a video introduction to the Teaching & Learning Conference:
BAM Management, Knowledge and Education (MKE) Group
Interested in sharing your work?
You are welcome to join the Conference without submitting or formally presenting your work. If you would like to submit your ideas, please submit a short outline (up to 600 words) via the following link: submission form.
Benefits of attending
- Networking with fellow experts in business management education,
- exchanging best practices developed for online and digital environments, and increasing collaboration opportunities.
- The Conference supports the development of ‘Education Practice’ competencies across all three bands - Early Career, Mid-Career and Advanced Career.
Call for Stream Convenors
In addition, we welcome prospective delegates to volunteer as convenors of the streams. Convenors will facilitate the presentations in their stream and summarise and verbally report to the conference as a whole at the end of each session.
If you have experience in convening (including online), have a degree of expertise in the topic of the stream you are convening, and have a passion in supporting the development of colleagues, we would like to hear from you.
Please fill in the following brief form to submit an expression of interest to us for the role of convenor: link to application form. Convenors will be closely supported by BAM in each session.
Please contact the BAM Office at [email protected] with any queries.
BAM Members: £90