Presented by Dr Simon Tate (Newcastle University) and Dr Lynda Yorke (Bangor University) at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) 'New to Teaching in GEES: Postgraduates who teach' workshops, Liverpool and Newcastle, October 2019. This session explores how to engage effectively with students in the classroom, as well as key issues around formative and summative assessments and feedback.
Handout one outlines some of the classic theories behind group teaching, with reference to Abraham Maslow and Bruce Tuckman, applying these to practical classroom strategies.
Handout two is a Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES) subject centre resource on giving effective feedback to students.
Dr Lynda Yorke (Bangor University) and Dr Simon Tate (Newcastle University)
Dr Simon Tate (Newcastle University) and Dr Lynda Yorke (Bangor University).
A workshop investigating the role indigenous people played in the history of exploration, compiled by Joy Slappnig.
Presented by Professor Gordon Curry.
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