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Window on Teaching


Window on Teaching is a regular series of hour-long, lunchtime presentations from members of Warwick's teaching community and are open to all Warwick staff, Postgraduates who teach and PGCE students. The sessions are held in the Collaboration Area and offer the opportunity to:

  • Debate, discuss and share information on current teaching practice
  • Develop a greater awareness of teaching innovation taking place across the University
  • Watch a demonstration and try out some of the technologies available in the Teaching Grid

Lunch and refreshments are provided for most sessions.

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Recent sessions

Mairi Macintyre

Teaching Experience: A Week in the Life of a Service Professional

Mairi Macintyre, Celine Martin and Chris Evans

How effective is technology in enabling a learner’s journey? Through a blend of action research and design based research a technology enhanced learning experience was developed and evaluated. A context rich environment mimicked behaviours within industry.

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David Wright

Reflecting on ‘The Mediated Self Project’

Dr David Wright and Dr Joanne Garde-Hansen

This session offers some reflections on the first experience of ‘The Mediated Self Project’ module. The module focuses on the skills of ‘self-mediation’ enabled by the use of media technologies, which are increasingly embedded in everyday life.

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Rachel Dickinson

Introducing WBS Create

Rachel Dickinson

This new teaching space within Warwick Business School has a very different look and feel to more traditional classrooms, bringing with it pedagogic risk and reward.

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Phil Gaydon

Sport, philosophy & practice

Phil Gaydon

Phil reflects on ‘Sport, Philosophy, and Practice’ - an interdisciplinary module hosted by IATL - and discusses a gymnasium event, the relationships between curricular and extra-curricular activity, embodied learning and practical assessment, and interdisciplinary learning and disciplinary expertise.

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Clare Rowan

How I learnt to stop worrying and embrace the digital: a practical perspective on embedding digital literacy in undergraduate modules

Clare Rowan

Clare explores how she entered the world of the digital and introduced it into modules, focussing on digital storytelling and the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI).

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Want to present a Window on Teaching session? Please contact library at warwick dot ac dot uk

Videos, presentations and resources from past Window on Teaching sessions can be found in the Warwick Innovative Teaching database.