Open Seminars for All

2018/2019

Semester 1

Participants are invited to gain a certificate of participation through UCC’s CPD Centre which reflects their commitment to professional development in Teaching and Learning. 

Date Presenter Title Location Resources
Wednesday 27th
October, 10-1pm
Christopher Dwyer  Integrating Critical Thinking into Educational Settings  Creative Zone, Boole Library   Panopto recording
Critical Thinking (slides)
Monday, December 3rd 12-2pm Christopher Dwyer, Kathy Bradley and Catherine O'Mahony  Hands-on workshop on integrating critical thinking into educational settings North Wing Council Room Critical Thinking workshop(slides) 
Monday, November 12th 12-2pm UCC group work champions  Inspiring practices in group work, and key considerations in planning, delivery and assessment North Wing Council Room

Inspiring practices in Group work 
Group work skillsSmall group tasksSmall group types (worksheet)

Friday, December 7th 12-2pm UCC group work champions  Hands-on workshop on implementing group work in your teaching North Wing Council Room Group work workshop (slides) 

2017/2018

Additional Seminars 

Date Presenter Title Location Resources
Wednesday 27th June, 1-2.30pm Professor Angela Brew Engaging students in research Creative Zone, Boole library   
Monday 14th May, 12.30-2pm

Professor Tony Harland The assessment arms race and its fallout: the case for slow scholarship  Creative Zone, Boole library 

Panopto recording
Assessment Arms Race (slides)

Semester 2

Participants are invited to gain a certificate of participation through UCC’s CPD Centre which reflects their commitment to professional development in Teaching and Learning.
Download timetable as pdf
(CIRTL Seminar Series S2).

Date Presenter Title Location Resources
Tuesday, 23rd Jan., 12.30-2pm

Professor Aine Hyland The contribution of Project Zero to our understanding of Teaching and Learning  Creative Zone, Boole library 

Panopto recording
Project Zero contribution to T&L (slides) 

Thursday, 8th Feb., 12.30-2pm

Dr Brian Butler  Addressing diversity through Universal Design for Learning (UdL)  NW Council Room   Universal Design for Learning (slides) 
Tuesday, 20th Feb., 12.30-2pm

Dr Malgorzata Krasnodebska-D’Aughton and Dr Tim O’Sullivan

 
Active Learning approaches West Wing Rm 5   Active Learning approaches (slides) 
Thursday, 8th Mar., 12.30-2pm
   
Dr Jillian Rogers and 
Dr Jackelina Pando-Kelly
 
Engaged Pedagogies   Western Gateway Building 304  Engaged Pedagogies (slides)
Wednesday, 21st Mar., 12.30-2pm   Dr Briony Supple  Eportfolios: creating reusable artefacts to make learning and teaching visible   NW Council Room   Eportfolio (slides)  

Semester 1

Participants are invited to gain a certificate of participation through UCC’s CPD Centre which reflects their commitment to professional development in Teaching and Learning.
Download timetable as pdf
(CIRTL Seminar series S1).

Date Presenter Title Location Resources
Wednesday, 27th September, 12.30-2pm Dr Marian McCarthy CIRTL at the Glucksman: uncovering entry points to learning Glucksman Gallery   
Thursday, 12th October, 12.30-2pm Dr Mike Murphy and Dr Laura Lee Research ethics in Teaching and Learning Connolly Building, S3 

Panopto recording
Research Ethics in T&L (slides)
Ethics in SoTL (pdf)

Tuesday, 24th October, 12.30-2pm James Cronin Decoding the disciplines - identifying bottlenecks to learning  Distillery House, G02 

Panopto recording
Decoding the disciplines (slides) 
Decoding prompts (pdf)

Wednesday, 8th November, 12.30-2pm Dr Briony Supple Assessment as/of/for learning Council Room, Main  Quad

Panopto recording
Assessment As/Of/For Learning (slides)
Padlet link

Tuesday, 21st November, 12.30-2pm Daniel Blackshields The teacher seen as reflective practitioner Creative Zone, Boole Library  Teacher Seen as Reflective Practitioner (slides)
Immunity map (pdf) 

2013/2014

Teaching Period 1

Date

Presenter

Title

Resources

Tuesday29th October

12.00- 1.45pm

Dr. Anne Crook, University of Reading. (UK National Teaching Fellow 2013)

Assessment and Feedback Initiatives at the University of Reading: ideas to help both teachers and the learners

 

Wednesday 30th October

12.30-2.00pm

Dr. Simon Mahony, Centre for Digital Humanities, University College London

Digital Humanities pedagogy - new approaches and new ways of thinking about the Humanities?

 

Thursday 31st October

12.00noon -1.15pm

Prof. John Naughton

“The Dream of Cyberspace” 

 

Thursday 31st October 2.15-3.30pm 

Prof. John Naughton

“Internet: the Reality”

 

Friday 1st November 

10.00am -12.30pm

Prof. John Naughton

“Possible futures -- and how to avoid/enable them”. 

 

1-Day Workshop: 'Teaching With Technology'

Wednesday, 11th December 2013

09:45 – 10:00 : coffee, and opening remarks by Interim Vice-President for Teaching & Learning, Dr Bettie Higgs

Time

 

Presenters

Title

Resources

10:00 – 10:20

Patrick Kiely, Office of the Vice-President for Teaching & Learning  

An overview of different uses of Panopto across a sample of disciplines in UCC

 

10:20 – 10:50

Grace O’Leary, Learning Technologies Unit

and

Darius Whelan, Faculty of Law

Turnitin – experiences from one academic department’s point of view

 Turn It In Presentation

10:50 – 11:10

Brian Butler, Disability Support Service

Universal Design – inclusivity in education

 Universal Design for Learning Presentation

11:10 – 11:30

David Murphy, Computer Science Department

iTunesU and UCC - opportunities for academic contributions

 

11:30 – 11:50

Theresa Reidy, Government

Using Twitter in teaching

 Twitter in Teaching Presentation

11:50 – 12:10

Linda Doran, Disability Support Service

Overview of Assistive Technology in UCC

 Assistive Technology Presentation

12:10 – 12:50 : light lunch for participants.  Opportunity for informal Q&A.

 

13:00 – 15:00

Orla Murphy, School of English
David Fitzgerald, School of History 
Mike Cosgrave, School of History

Workshop 1 will focus on building active online community environments for students in the Blackboard VLE using blogs, wikis and discussion fora and how to assess that work.

 

 

15:00 – 17:00

Orla Murphy, School of English
David Fitzgerald, School of History 
Mike Cosgrave, School of History

Workshop 2 will focus again on assessment and using the tools within Blackboard and Turnitin.  We will also look at using social media within the classroom and for building an engaged community of learners beyond class time.

 

 

Teaching Period 2 

Date

Venue

Presenter

Provisional title

Resources

Wed, 22  Jan

12.30pm - 2pm

Boole 6

Dr. Eileen O’Leary; LTU; Ionad Bairre

Meeting of E-Learning Users Group. New members welcome.

 

Thurs, 30 Jan

12.30pm-2pm

Council Rm

North Wing

Dr Marian McCarthy & Ionad Bairre staff

Preparing a teaching portfolio
(1 of 2 sessions)

 

Tues, 4 Feb

12pm-2.30pm

Brookfield,

Room 101

Prof Mick Healey Principle Fellow, Higher Education Academy, UK.
Emeritus Professor and former Director of Centre for Excellence in T&L, University of Gloucestershire

Workshop: Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

(Part of a wide study just being completed for the HEA, UK)

YouTube Video

Mick Healey - Word Doc, Students as Partners

Mick Healey - Power Point, Students as Partners

 

Weds, 5 Feb

10am – 1pm

Western Gateway Building, Room 226

Prof Mick Healey

Workshop: Designing enquiry based learning activities for undergraduate curricula

 

 Mick Healey - Word Doc, Designing Enquiry based learning

Mick Healey - Power Point, Designing Enquiry based learning

Mon, 10 Feb

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

Prof Tony Lewis, Drs Paul Leahy, Andrew McCarthy & Pat Meere.  Introduction by Prof Tony Gallagher, Chair of Technology Enabled Learning.

Focus on Panopto: UCC staff share their experiences of the lecture capture software and what works and doesn’t for them

 Video Presentation

Fri, 14 Feb

12.30pm-2pm

Council Rm

North Wing

Phil O’Leary
CIT

Recognition of Prior Learning – CIT’s model: a case study

Video Presentation

RPL Presentation

 

Mon, 17 Feb* (provisional date)

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

UCC students: Gavin Lynch Frahill, Cian Power, Dave McCarthy and Joe Kennedy

Students’ Perceptions of Effective Teaching in Higher Education

 

Wed, 19 Mar 2014 

Council Room,

North Wing

Marian McCarthy, Bettie Higgs, Niall O'Leary, Karen Neville, Noel Woods, Mike Cosgrave,James Cronin,Eleanor O'Sullivan, Fiona MacLeod,  Daniel Blackshields

 The Master's Voice Seminar Series  Video Presentations

Weds, 26 Feb*
(provisional date)

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

Drs Barbara Doyle, Robert King, Marcin Szczerbinski and Fidelma While

Engaging students in large classes: some hi-tech and low-tech strategies

Video Presentation

Thurs, 27 Feb

All day event

Council Room,
North Wing

60+ UCC Postgraduate tutors/demonstrators

“In-at-the-Deep-End” symposium.

Posters and presentations: showcase of PG tutors/demonstrators experiences in T&L in Higher Education as captured through their participation on module PG6003

 Book of Abstracts

Sample Presentation

Photos

Fri, 28 Feb

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

Dr Catherine O’Mahony & Community Academic Research Links (CARL) committee members

Beyond the Ivory Tower: student and community research partnerships.

 

 

Mon, 3 Mar

12.30pm-2pm

Council Rm

North Wing

Prof Grace Neville,
Emeritus Professor, UCC

A French Revolution? Current Debates on Higher Education in France

 Video Presentation

Mon, 3 Mar

2pm - 3pm

Council Rm, North Wing

Gerry O'Sullivan, Head of European Programmes HEA

Erasmus+ Opporunities for Higher Education

 Video Presentation

Mon, 10 Mar

12.30pm-2pm

Council Rm

North Wing

Dr Marian McCarthy & Ionad Bairre staff

Preparing a teaching portfolio
(2 of 2 sessions)

 

Thurs, 20 March

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

Dr Aisling Parkes & Linda Doran

Faculty of Law  & Disability Support Service

Teaching & Learning Supports for Students with Disabilities

 

Thurs, 3 Apr

12.30pm-2pm

Council Room,

North Wing

Claire Dorrity  & Matt Cannon
(App. Soc. Studies & ‘Doras Luimní’, a Limerick migrants’ rights NGO)

Promoting Intercultural Communication and Diversity

in Teaching and Work Practice

 

Mon, 7 Apr

11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm

Council Room,

North Wing

All 2013/14 Awardees will present the progress of their project work to date.

Showcase – President’s Awards for Research into Innovative Forms of Teaching 2013/14 (2 x 2hr sessions)

 

 

 

2012/2013

Seminars for 2012/2013

 

             Date                                 Seminars                    

October 18

12.30-2.00pm

Colleagues for Universities of Utrecht and Leiden,

Educational Leadership and Innovations in Education

 

 

 October 23

12.30-2.00pm

Darrelle Keegan, Disability Support Service

Patrick Kiely, Office of the Vice-President for Teaching and Learning,

Ewa Adam, International Centre for Graduate Education in Micro- and Nano- Engineering (ICGEE)

Introducing Resources for Education - RED@UCC

 

October 30

12.30-2.30pm

Seamus O'Reilly, Food Business & Chair of the Academic Council E-Learning Subcommittee

Introducing the Online Learning Stategy for University College Cork

Brookfield G.04

 

November 2

12.30-2pm

Brian Butler, Disability Support Service

Darrelle Keegan, Disability Support Service

Patrick Kiely, Office of the Vice-President for Teaching and Learning

Accessibility Information for All: Making information and communication more accessible in UCC

 

November 5

12.30-2.30pm

Nona Lyons, Visiting Scholar

Building a Reflective Teaching Portfolio

Western Gateway Building G.04

November 8

12.30-2pm

Darius Whelan, Faculty of Law

Louise Crowley, Faculty of Law

Copyright Law in the Educational Context

 Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Bertram Windle Building, Main Campus

November 15

12.30-2.30pm

Mick Healy, UCC International Teaching Fellow

Students as 'Change Agents'

 

November 16,

12.30-2.30pm

Mick Healy, UCC International Teaching Fellow

Engaging Students in Research and Enquiry: Ideas for Curriculum

 

November 22

12.30-2.30pm

Seamus McEvoy, Careers Service

Mary McNulty, Careers Service

Lyndsey El-Amoud, Adult Continuing Education

Enabling world-ready graduate: Ideas for the Curriculum

December 5

12.30-2.30pm

Teaching and Learning with Technology Seminar (TLWT Online Course Partcipants)

Teaching and Learning Team

 

2011/2012

Seminars for October to December 2011

             Date                                 Seminars                    

 October 3

12.30-2.00pm

Dr Kay Dennis, Park University, USA

'When Students Lack Academic English: Adaptive Teaching”.  A case study in Student motivation and engagement in the online classroom'

 

 

 

 October 12

12.30-2.00pm

Teaching and Learning with Technology Course Team

Seminar for participants of the TLWT course

 

October 13

12.30-2.00pm

PG6003 Course Team

PG6003: Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies.

First session.

 

 

 October 27

10.00am-2.00pm

Thresholds Concepts Symposium- Seminars and Workshop in collaboration with NAIRTL

 

 

 

Prof. Ray Land, Strathclyde University

 

Dr Brian Foley, Trinity College Dublin

 

Dr Bettie Higgs, University College Cork

 

Registration Required

 

http://www.nairtl.ie/index.php?pageID=27&eventID=331

November 11

10.00am-5.00pm

A Symposium entitled

 

Online Education @ University College Cork

 

Featuring various speakers including:

 

Prof. John Naughton of The Guardian, The Observer, and The Open University, UK. 

 

 

Registration Required

 

November 17 12.30-2.00pm Dr. Catherine O'Mahony

 

Science Shops and Service Learning: building community - based research/learning into the curriculum

 

Seminars for January - March 2012

             Date                                 Seminars                    

 January 19, 2012

12.30-2.00pm

John Doran, Margaret Healey, Maeve, McCutcheon and Steve O'Callaghan, College of Business and Law, UCC

 

'Student Perspectives on Assessment'

What final year students have to say about traditional and/or innovative assessment approaches: implications for the alignment of teaching and assessment

 

January 20, 2012

12.30-2.00pm

PG6003 Course Team

In-at-the-Deep-End Workshop

For Postgraduate Students who teach (PG6003)

 

January 24, 2012

10am-1pm

Professor Mick Healy, Emeritus Professor, University of Gloucestershire and Member of the NAIRTL Advisory Board

'Engaging Undergraduates in Research and Enquiry' Workshop

Allowing all students to reach their potential

Please let us know if you plan to attend by sending your name and department/school/unit to Mary Clohessy, Ionad Bairre, m.clohessy@ucc.ie

 

 February 16, 2012

1.00pm-4.00pm

Postponed until

March 14, 2012

1.00-4.00pm

Patrick Kiely and technical staff

Teaching and Learning with Technology: Practical Workshop

G20, Kane Building

 Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Please Contact Patrick Kiely for further deatails.

 

February 21, 2012

12.30-2.00pm

Professor Grace Neville, Vice-President for Teaching and Learning, UCC

 

'Contemporary Issues in Teaching and Learning: Looking Back, Looking Forward'

 

February 23, 2012,

 


10am-4pm

 

Postgraduate Student Presentations

In-at-the-Deep-End Symposium

Postgraduate Students' Experiences of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

 

 

March 8, 2012

12.30-2.00pm

 

 

Professor Aine Hyland, Emeritus Professor, University College Cork and advisor to the Irish government on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Title to be Confirmed

 

2010/2011

Friday   Jan. 21st    12.30 – 2.30

Dr. Bettie Higgs, Ionad Bairre - The Teaching and Learning Centre, and Geology, School of BEES.

Distance Learning: What works well…...and why!

 

Monday    Jan 31st    12.30-2.30

Prof. Paul Callanan, Department of Physics

‘Clickers’: Using Personal Response Systems in (or out of) the classroom

 

Monday   Feb. 7th     12.30-2.30

Jennifer Murphy and Catherine O’Mahony, NAIRTL

Assessment for 21st Century skills: Focus on Podcasting

 

Thurs    Feb. 10th    12.30-2.30

Dr. Ronan Hennessey, National University of Ireland, Galway

Engaging with the Learner through Science Visualisation

*** this seminar is to be held in the Sceilig Room, Aras na Mac Leinn ***

2009/2010

October - December Seminars

 

 Date                    Speaker                                Lecture  

 November 5

 James Cronin 

 How Can Educators Use Silence and Slow Time to Foster Critical Inquiry? (1/3) 

 November 13  

 Dr. Ciaran Dawson   Innovations in the Use of IT in Teaching and Learning

 November 19

 James Cronin

 How Can Educators Use Silence and Slow Time to Foster Critical Inquiry? (2/3)

 

January - March Seminars

 

Date                   Speaker        Lecture
 January 12

 Tracey Mehigan

 Dr. Ian Pitt

 Dr. Tracey Connelly 

 Using IT in Teaching and Learning: Learner Styles and Adaptive Systems 
 January 20

 PG 6003 Course Team

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies
 January 26

 James Cronin

 How Can Educators Use Silence and Slow Time to Foster Critical Inquiry? (3/3)
 February 4

 PG 6003 Course Team

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 
 February 8

 Prof. Anne Lee (by video)

 Postgraduate Supervisors: Classified Information!
 February 22

 Prof. Adam Jaworski

 Silence and Slow Time: Non-Verbal Communication in Teaching and Learning
 February 25, 26

 PG 6003 Participants

 "In-at-the-Deep-End": Learning to Teach in Higher Education
 March 4

 Dr. Anne Crooke

 Dr. Julian Park

 New Initiatives to Enhance Assessment and Feedback Practices 

 TBA

 Group Discussion and Case Studies  Assessment of Student Learning Journals 

 TBA

 Ioanad Bairre Team  Career Development for Researchers: Teaching and Learning

  May 26

 Megan Otis  Student Voices: How to get to Deeper Evaluation of Your Course

 

2008/2009

October - December Seminars

 

Date                  Speaker                         Lecture 
 October 7

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Multiple Intelligences Teaching Approaches
 October 8

 Jacinta McKeon

 Second Language Teaching: Significant Challenges
 October 13

 Prof. Grace Neville

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies
 October 16

 Prof. Nona Lyons

 Building a Reflective Teaching Portfolio 
 October 22

 Prof. Grace Neville

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies
 October 24

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Multiple Intelligences Teaching Approaches
 October 29

 Dr. Bettie Higgs

 "Assessment for Learning": Classroom Assessment Techniques
 Nobember 4

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Multiple Intelligences Teaching Approaches
 November 5

 Prof. Grace Neville

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies
 November 6

 Dr. Robert Cosgrave

 Screencasting Tools and Teaching Practice
 November 17

 Brendan Hall

 Jennifer Murphy

 Prof. Grace Neville

 The Role of Postgraduate Studies in the Integration of Research and Teaching and Learning 
 November 18

 Dr. Bettie Higgs

 Prof. Tony Ryan

 Dr. Shane Killcommins

 Brendan Hall

 Irish Integrative Learning Project 
 November 26

 Prof. Grace Neville

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 
 November 27

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Multiple Intelligences Teaching Approaches
 November 28

 Jacinta McKeon

 Second Language Teaching: Significant Challenges
 December 1

 Prof. Grace Neville

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies

 

January - March Seminars

 Date              Speaker                             Lecture  
 January 8

 Prof. David Boud

Research-Led Assessment: Bringing Together Teaching and Learning, and Avoiding the Contradictions of Certification 

 January 19

 Andrea Nolan  Developing Research-Minded Enhancing Attributes in Our Graduates

 January 23

 Dr. Bettie Higgs

 Marian McCarthy 

 Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies

 January 28

 Prof. Phil Race  Engaging Students in Learning: Innovative Approaches 

 January 30

 Jacinta McKeon  Second Language Teaching: Significant Challenges

 February 10

 Prof. Barbara Cambridge   E-Portfolio Learning and Research: Building Strong Links

 February 12

 Dr. Mike Cosgrave  Game Design as a Learning Tool

 February 13

 Postgraduate Symposium  In-at-the-Deep-End: Learning to Teach in Higher Education 

 February 17

 Dr. Bettie Higgs  What are the Threshold Concepts in Your Discipline

 February 20

 Dr. Dave Murphy  Using iTunesU to Enhance Teaching and Learning

 February 26

 Dr. Iain MacLabhrainn  Towards Evidence Based Policy in Higher Education

 March 5

 Dr. Kelly Coates  Rethinking the Relationships between Teaching and Research 

 March 10

 Dr. Bettie Higgs

 Marian McCarthy

 Researching Your Own Teaching and Student Learning 

 March 19

 Dr. Dylan Evans

 Dr. Mike Cosgrave

 "Wikis in Action": Practical Experiences of Teaching with Wikis 

 March 23

 Prof. Patricia Coughlan  "Podcasting in Action": Practical Experiences of Teaching Using Podcasts

 March 25

  Dr. Robert Mathieu   Preparation of Future Faculty Based on Research-Led Teaching

2007/2008

October - December Seminars

Date                      Speaker                    Lecture 
October 8

 Dr. Declan Kennedy

Writing and Using Learning Outcomes: A Practical Workshop 
October 16

 Dr. Nona Lyons

Developing a Teaching Portfolio 

October 18

 Dr. Nona Lyons Developing a Teaching Portfolio: Creating Entries 

November 6

 Dr. Ciaran Dawson

 Prof. Grace Neville

IT and Language Learning in UCC 

November 22

 Dr. Jenny Moon Exploring the Better Use of Story in Higher Education 

January - March Seminars

Date                      Speaker                                   Lecture 
January 11

 Staff and Audience

Getting to Grips with Assessing Creative and Original Student Work and Unpredictable Learning Outcomes
February 19

 Dr. Catherine Pettigrew

 Robert Fourie

 Dr. Bettie Higgs

 Cathal Kerrigan

Applying Problem Based Learning in UCC: An Introduction and Three Case Studies

February 20

 Dr. Elizabeth Gebruers

 Dr. Mark Rae

 David Devlin

Use of an MCQ Database as a Tool for Formative Assessment - Staff and Student Reactions

February 25

 Dr. Robert Cosgrave

How Have Staff and Students in UCC been Using Blackboard VLE for Teaching and Learning

2006/2007

October - December Seminars

January - March Seminars

 

 Date                                     Speaker                Lecture   
 January 16

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

Peer Review of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills  
 January 18

 Prof. Grace Neville

Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 
 January 22

 Dr. Cynthia Dean

Learning Outcomes: How Can We be Sure they have been Achieved? 
 January 25

 X. Dai, J. Cronin

 D. Doolin, C. Dawson

 B. Higgs, A. Wheeler

Using IT in Teaching and Learning: Examples of Blended IT and Face to Face Teaching and Learning 
 February 2

 Prof. Mick Healy

Linking Discipline-Based Research and Teaching to Benefit Student Learning
 February 8

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

Peer Review of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills  
 February 12

 Dr. Louise Crowley

Copyright Implication of Using IT in Teaching and Learning
 February 16 

 Dr. Anne Crook

Mapping Research Skills within Undergraduate Curricula
 February 26 

 Prof. Grace Neville

Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies  
 March 1

 Prof. Grace Neville

Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 
 March 2

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

Peer Review of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills  
 March 7

 Dr. Ciaran Dawson

Using IT in Teaching and Learning 
 March 9

 Dr. Cynthia Dean

"The Clinic" for Linking Learning Outcomes and Assessment
 March 15

 Prof. Grace Neville

Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 
 March 20

 Dr. Cynthia Dean

"The Clinic" for Linking Learning Outcomes and Assessment
 March 22

 Dr. Ciaran Dawson

 Using Blackboard in Teaching and Learning
 March 28

 Prof. Grace Neville

Teaching and Learning for Graduate Studies 

 

2005/2006

October - December Seminars

             Date                                Speakers                       Lecture

 October 18       

 Dr. Ciaran Dawson

 Dr. Mike Cosgrave 

 Using Blackboard VLE for Effective Teaching and Learning

 October 24

 Dr. Bettie Higgs and others   Researching Your Own Teaching and Learning 

 November 3

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 November 7

 Dr. Bettie Higgs and others  Researching Your Own Teaching and Learning

 November 17 

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 November 23

 Margot Conrick  The Information Literacy Project: New Opportunities for Teaching and Learning 
 December 6

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 December 8

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 TBA

 Grace O'Leary

 Maria Sobey

 Developments in Teaching and Learning: The New National Digital Repository

January - March Seminars

             Date                                Speakers                       Lecture

 February 2

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 February 15       

 Staff and Audience

 Debate: The Way Forward for Teaching and Learning with Blackboard

 February 21

 Dr. Anna Ridgeway

 Marian McCarthy

 Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Developing Peer Observation Skills 

 March 1

   and 

 March 2

 Dr. Declan Kennedy

 Learning Outcomes and Assessment in a University Context

 March 3

 Bill Hutchins

 Karen O'Rourke

 An Introduction to Problem Based Learning

 

University College Cork

Coláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh

College Road, Cork T12 K8AF

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