Division of Education and Scholarship (DES) End of term half day
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Wednesday 16 December 13:00 - 15:30

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Meeting ID: 975 0312 9086
Passcode: 978864

DES is our informal network of educators. We get together frequently to discuss our educational practice and scholarship. This event will be a light hearted and inclusive collegiate get together at the end of term, with a social element. If you would like to please bring your own mulled wine and snacks! 

Event outline:

1300 - Introduction, welcome, overview (reminder re panel questions)

DES update

  • Scholarship survey
  • Educational principles update
  • DES website
  • Med Ed Awards

1330 - News from our scholarly scholars!

  • Students experiences of transition to Uni: a photographic journey
  • Handling tiny bits of big concepts: Using 3-D printed molecular models to enhance medical education
  • Professionalism teaching and learning: what can we take away from students’ reflection on reflection? 

1400 - BREAK and mingling  

1430 - Student Panel  

Working together as co -producers to optimise teaching and learning in the COVID era

Experiences of term 1 2020/21

How has it been for you this year? To include possibly:

  • Processes of learning (description and effect)
  • Information
  • Technology
  • Delivery of sessions (zoom)
  • Communication

1530 - 1600 - Hisham’s Annual Quiz with Helen Watson!

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