BMTO Teaching Network
Our active teaching network is open to all staff and PhD students in Biomedical Sciences and offers opportunities to discuss teaching related topics, and share experiences and best practice.
The BMTO Teaching Network has been established to promote and celebrate teaching initiatives in Biomedical Sciences by encouraging interactions between all staff involved in teaching and stimulating interest in research in Higher Education.
Events planned over the next year include seminars and workshops led by both internal and external speakers and will run approximately every 2 months.
Wednesday 11 December, 12.30 in Teaching Room 12, Doorway 3
Discuss the vision of the teaching network for 2020
We will identify opportunities to develop the network further and discuss what you would like the network to offer.
Would you like more examples of good practice, more discussion of the Teaching and Learning literature, more practical tips to help you in your teaching practice? Make sure to come along with ideas, wishes and suggestions.
"Inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum" By Dr Jeni Harden
Wednesday 15 May, 12:30 - 14.00, Teaching Room 9, BMTO
The theme of the discussion will be "Inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum" with an introduction by Dr Jeni Harden (Centre for Population Health Sciences, Member of the senate Learning and Teaching Committee task group: “Promoting inclusion, equality and diversity in the curriculum”).
See also reflections on the subject by Diva Mukherji, Vice President of Education at EUSA and also a member of the task group.
“Strategies used from down under to enhance the student experience” By Dr Natalie Colson (Griffith University, Queensland, Australia)
Wednesday 6 February, 12:30 - 13:30
Teaching room 9
Biomedical Teaching Organisation
Notes from previous meetings
Biomedical Sciences Learning and Teaching Forum
Open to all staff and PG students, this annual meeting celebrates our successes and showcases recent initiatives in student support, teaching, curriculum development and research in Teaching and Learning at the Deanery of Biomedical Sciences.
Present or suggest a speaker
If you are interested in joining the mailing list, to present your teaching related work or to suggest a speaker please contact Dr Céline Caquineau.