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Centre for Transformative Practice in Learning and Teaching's Annual Conference

We hold an annual learning and teaching event to showcase the excellent work of those teaching and supporting learning at Birkbeck, as well as to enable the development and enhancement of new innovative practices.  This year, our event was combined with a Regional Seminar for the Association for Learning Development in HE. It was held on Friday 19th May 2017 at Birkbeck.

One size fits few: Inclusive Practice in Learning and Teaching

10.00 - 10.15: Registration and refreshments

10.15 – 10.20: Opening comments - Mark Pimm (Birkbeck)

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10.20 – 11.35: Workshop – Chris Ross (King's) and Ben Watson (Kent). ‘Inclusive Practices: A balanced approach by two institutions’

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11.35 – 12.00: Talk – Jennifer Dyer (Institute of Physics). ‘Building momentum towards inclusive teaching and learning: A guide to good practice for a STEM discipline’

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12.00 – 12.45: Workshop – Rob Martin (Birkbeck) ‘Moving ‘Assistive’ Technology beyond a deficit approach’

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12.45 – 13.15: Lunch

13.15 – 14.00: Workshop - Neil Currant (Oxford Brookes) 'Belonging and the BME student experience: a multitude of stories'

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14.00 – 14.25: Talk – Sal Campbell (Birkbeck) ‘Visualising difference into the classroom: imagining inclusion into being’

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14.25 - 14.50: Talk - Jan Etienne (Birkbeck) "Learning through Womanist lens" - What is it? How is it delivered? How is it applied? How might it benefit all learners?

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14.50 – 15.15:  Coffee

15.15 – 15.40: Talk – Sal Campbell and Rob Martin (Birkbeck) ‘Queering Academic Writing’

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15.40 – 16.05: Talk – Elizabeth Hughes and Josephine Myddelton (Birkbeck) Mental health and counselling: the importance of early intervention, signposting and the impact of counselling in universities

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16.05 – 16.15: Closing Remarks Daniel Monk (Birkbeck)

16.15: Close