Teaching Psychology Demonstrating for stage 1 & 2 practical classes, statistics, some tutorials Teachers should have a Psychology degree Work in teams on Modules for a semester Training is via ILTHE If interested contact [email protected] Demonstrating in School of Biology Form to be completed
Training through ILTHE For further info contact [email protected] Teaching Statistical Computing Facilitating day long workshops (2 per month) Teachers should have a first degree & research with a significant numerical component
Fully conversant in SPSS preferably also SAS and Minitab Training is via ILTHE Application by CV to [email protected] Regulations Paid teaching Must have supervisors agreement Must attend appropriate training before commencing Normally only for full-time doctoral or MPhil
English, equivalent IELTS 6.5 Normally less than 40 hrs/term 120 hrs/year http://www.ncl.ac.uk/fms/postgrad/documentation/faculty http://www.ncl.ac.uk/quilt/resources/pg-policy/ Broader teaching opportunities Not all teaching is paid but is valuable e.g. UG/MRes project support Training Teaching & Supervising Project Students ILTHE by agreement with supervisor
Remember to Record and Reflect Teaching & training to teach contributes toward professional development Good thing to add to ePortfolio & CV You should receive feedback on your teaching use it Supporting postgraduates who teach
Donal Shanahan and Sue Gill LTDS, October 2017 Available programmes Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ILTHE) workshops. Learning Teaching and Engaging Students module (LTES). Both are run by the Learning & Teaching Development Service (LTDS) and
information can be found here http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ltds/professional/ Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ILTHE) Learning outcomes of the Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Participants in this course will: Develop an awareness of how people learn based on evidence informed approaches.
Demonstrate an understanding of the skills involved in small group seminars and demonstrations including dealing with difficult situations. Gain an understanding of the importance of assessment and feedback in students learning. Develop an understanding of diversity and inclusivity responsibilities at Newcastle University (legal and ethical). Be aware of the Newcastle and UK Higher Education experience of learning and teaching. Reflect on your teaching practice and peer observation of other participants practice.
Blended learning ILTHE course The blended learning ILTHE course consists of: An online component and a F2F one day workshop consisting of the following: How students learn. The skills involved in delivering small group seminars and demonstrating. The importance of assessment and feedback. Teaching experience. Diversity and inclusively responsibilities in teaching.
11 How to apply Application is via workshops.ncl.ac.uk Choose either a Demonstrator or a Seminar Leader workshop from the list of available workshops. Look at the online component of the blended learning course via Blackboard. To access the online course logon in Blackboard go to courses and search for ILTHE and then selfenrol onto ILTHE.
https://blackboard.ncl.ac.uk Student login Learning Teaching and Engaging Students module (LTES) LTES entry requirements Must have completed ILTHE before beginning LTES. Have a minimum of 5 hours of observable group teaching at Newcastle
University while undertaking LTES. Have completed at least 20 hours teaching experience by the time you complete LTES. Learning outcomes of Learning Teaching and Engaging Students module Participants in this course will: In your subject-discipline and/or professional teaching context, show appropriate knowledge of methods for teaching and learning for the relevant students and
academic programme. Design and plan appropriate learning activities for students at the level of a specific session, including the use and value of appropriate learning technologies and respecting individual learners and diverse learning communities. 15 Learning outcomes of Learning Teaching and Engaging Students module (cont).
Teach students and/or support their learning in a way that is educationally effective, appropriate and responsive, engaging them in classroom or other formal or informal assessment and feedback. Demonstrate how you have developed professionally in your subject discipline(s) or professional context and its ways of teaching and supporting learning, showing how your practice aligns with UKPSF Descriptor 1. Respond to the research-intensive and wider context in which Newcastle University and UK Higher Education operates, recognising the implications for professional practice.
16 LTES module block of teaching This block of teaching consists of: Introduction to module core. Student learning - core. Introduction to assessment - core. Supervision for taught programme projects and dissertations - optional. Shared lunch on day 1 - core.
Laboratory practical and fieldwork teaching - optional. Principles and practice of teaching in groups - optional. Teaching dialogues as part of professional practice - core. Technology Enhanced Learning - core. Teaching large groups - core. Video-enhanced microteaching practical - core. Review and next steps - core. The remainder of this module will consist of you gaining skills in teaching and in giving feedback. 17
Once you have completed LTES You can apply to become an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. PDF of postgraduates who teach policy available at: http:// www.ncl.ac.uk/ltds/assets/documents/qs h-pgswhoteach-pol.pdf
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