Hello all, and welcome to SoTLWriMo. This is the brainchild of Nathalie and Sarah, and it stands for SoTL Writing Month. During the month of November we are going to commit to some regular SoTL writing each day and, with a little help from our friends (including our AI buddies!), we’ve put together some strategies […]

#SoTLAdvent: Day 10

Saeeda Bhatti,’s contribution is the sharing of two examples of teaching practice–Student Selected Components (SSCs)–from colleagues in the Medical School Background Student Selected Components (SSCs) are modules which students select as part of their undergraduate medical studies. The SSCs which I have designed developed from my personal interest as a science communicator. Since 2016, […]

GTA facilitated Active Learning in early-years undergraduate practical classes in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences 

Dr Alice Lacsny: Lecturer in Human Geography in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences.  Dr Pamela Campbell: Lecturer in Earth Sciences in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences and Geology Tutor at Lifelong Learning.   Across the UK Higher Education sector, there is a significant body of evidence that points to the positive impact […]

#SoTLAdvent: Day 05

Decolonising learning development through reflective and relational practice By Julia Bohlmann This opinion piece has been published in the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education in September: The Decolonising the Curriculum (DtC) movement questions the very values we take for granted as educators. It questions our identity, the knowledge we have internalised and are […]