The following session has been added to the current series of Teaching Bites.
‘Teaching, assessing and engaging large groups of students: a biological example’
Large class sizes bring their own challenges to teaching, assessment and student engagement. Level 1 Biology at the University of Glasgow has approximately 700+ students each year and has developed several different approaches to try and address such challenges. Some have worked, some haven’t. This meeting will show examples of these and explore any points that the audience wishes to discuss.
The session will be given by Dr Chris Finlay, Senior University Teacher, University of Glasgow and will take place on Friday 12th December, 13.00-14.00 in Room S10 in the Library.
To sign-up go into Succeed and then into Learning & Development – My Learning, IT & Information Skills, Succeed Training. Also don’t forget to bring your sandwiches!
These session can be available to remote campuses. To register for remote access please email Simon Booth.