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TLHP Faculty Funded CPD Opportunities

20 September 2018

TLHP has 2 places on the TEL unit of the TLHP Diploma course, which are eligible for full funding (£1,145).

The two study days take place on Thurs 21st February & Thur 21st March (09.30 – 16.30).

The unit aims to introduce you to key concepts, theory and practices relating to using technology to enhance teaching and learning within health professions curricula. It also aims to equip you to use technology enhanced learning in your own learning and teaching.

It will be useful to anyone wishing to broaden their knowledge and application of TEL in their teaching.

Teaching consists of tutor presentation, guest speakers, discussion, solo and group activities as well as independent learning.

There is some linked work, prior to and between study days. The final product is a digital tool/ artefact to be presented to peers.

The final assignment (for 20 credits at M level) incorporates the digital artefact and a critical, reflective account showing the evaluation and potential or actual integration of TEL tools into your own practice.

You will need to become an ‘occasional student’ on the TLHP Diploma course. To take advantage of this funding, please contact the TLHP team: rachel.scott@bristol.ac.uk

Further information on content: j.williams@bristol.ac.uk or for other queries, contact: tricia.thorpe@bristol.ac.uk

STOP PRESS! FUNDING ALSO AVAILABLE FOR NEW UNIT IN CURRICULUM THEORY AND DESIGN (BUT YOU'LL NEED TO BE QUICK AS START DATE IMMINENT).

TLHP is pleased to announce that there are 2 places on this new, 20-credit unit within the TLHP Diploma, which are eligible for full funding (£1,145).

The two study days take place on 27th Sept / 26th Oct, 2018, (09.30 – 16.30).

The unit provides an introduction to curriculum theory and supports a critical application of educational literature and research to the design of a course or development of an existing curriculum.

This would be useful for anyone already planning and running courses and to those who intend to be involved in curriculum development and designing courses. As part of the assessment, you will be able to plan or re-plan your own course.

Teaching consists of tutor presentation, small group discussion, tasks and solo and group activities.

You will need to do a little linked work in the 2 weeks prior to the study days and also between the days. The aim is to end day 2 with draft outlines for your new/ revised course.

The final assignment is via a presentation after submission of an outline of your new course.

Further information

Further information from tricia.thorpe@bristol.ac.uk OR email rachel.scott@bristol.ac.uk

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