What is Tea-Time Teaching?
Tea-Time Teaching (TTT) is a monthly peer-delivered interprofessional teaching session that is open to all Faculty of Health students to attend or even present. It draws on the knowledge, experience and diversity of students and subject areas from across the entire Faculty.
It provides an opportunity for health and social care students to learn from each other as well as gain experience in presenting to their peers in a relaxed, informal environment.
Hannah Ames, an Adult Nursing Lecturer, organises and hosts the sessions, introducing a different student presenter for each one, while students present to their peers on a topic of their choice.
TTT sessions are delivered via Zoom and, as the name suggests, they take place in the evening, typically on Wednesdays from 19:30–20:30.
If you would like to attend, please register for Tea-Time Teaching events.
If you are a Faculty of Health student interested in presenting a TTT session, please get in touch with Hannh Ames at email@example.com
Previous TTT Topics, materials and recordings can be found on the TTT SharePoint site.