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December 11, 2023

Talking Learning & Teaching Podcast

Please see this podcast by Petia Petrova on stress, burnout and wellbeing in academia.


November 06, 2023

Treasure Island Pedagogies

Please see the Treasure Island Pedagogies podcast series: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/centre-for-innovation-in-education/podcasts/treasure-island-pedagogies-series/


October 09, 2023

#Take5 CPD blog

The Learning Development in Higher Education Network is aimed at those working in learning development so there may be some cross over with wider educational CPD that readers may find useful:

https://aldinhe.ac.uk/blog/


September 04, 2023

Education for Sustainable Development Pedagogy: Criticality, Creativity, and Collaboration

This publication, from PedRIO at the University of Plymouth, contains a series of short case studies in which colleagues describe how they are introducing or considering sustainability pedagogies in their different disciplines. Have a quick look over the contents list and identify a case study to read now or later. Case studies include:

  • Team projects, inquiry, and sustainable development: an example in the computing curriculum.
  • Higher education for sustainability and the future: how do we foster graduates’ anticipatory competence?

August 14, 2023

Pedagogical wellness specialist: the role that connects teaching and well–being

This short THE Campus piece outlines the creation of a new role in the University of California that focuses on the connection between faculty well-being and student outcomes. It is an interesting read for those interested in fostering and supporting a culture of well-being for staff and, ultimately, students.


June 05, 2023

Developing compassionate academic leadership: the practice of kindness

This two-page opinion piece argues “that universities are, or ought to be, ‘caregiving organisations’ that promote the practice of compassionate pedagogy, because of their role and primary task of helping students to learn.” However, “neoliberal ideology and higher education policy models..are seemingly at odds with the values and practice of compassionate pedagogy.” What do you think? How can we help to develop an approach to academic leadership that is underpinned by the practice of kindness?

https://jpaap.ac.uk/JPAAP/article/view/375/498


May 02, 2023

JPAAP: Special issue on compassionate pedagogy

This special issue of Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice offers a range of research papers and case studies exploring compassionate pedagogy in Higher Education. Take a moment to explore the contents list and save a paper of interest for reading now or later.

https://jpaap.ac.uk/JPAAP/issue/view/23


April 11, 2023

Warwick Wellbeing Pedagogies Library

This resource has been ‘co-developed by students and teachers to share practice and support our community to embed and sustain wellbeing in the curriculum, when planning modules, courses, and assessments’. The collation of pedagogical practices aims to support the enhancement of: student-centred environments; intercultural and international integration; emotional intelligence; and staff and student wellbeing.

https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/academy/funding/2016-17fundedprojects/wellbeingpedagogieslibrary


February 27, 2023

A pedagogy of kindness: the cornerstone for student learning and wellness

This short THE Campus piece outlines a pedagogy founded on human connection, care and compassion that improves student learning outcomes. It suggests 12 ways that you can incorporate a pedagogy of kindness into your teaching practice:

https://www.timeshighereducation.com/campus/pedagogy-kindness-cornerstone-student-learning-and-wellness


January 09, 2023

Hybrid Pedagogy: the journal of critical digital pedagogy

Hybrid Pedagogy ‘is a community, a conversation, a collaboration, a school, and a journal…It combines the strands of critical pedagogy and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses for technology and new media in education .” Take a few moments to explore its website, which includes Editors Picks’ and a podcast section.


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