Annual Learning and Teaching Conference

All members of staff involved in learning and teaching are invited to get involved.

Every year the Learning and Teaching Forum organises the University's Learning and Teaching Conference to provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, and to celebrate and disseminate good practice in learning and teaching.  All members of staff involved in learning and teaching are warmly invited to get involved, by either presenting a workshop or poster or attending on the day.

If you have queries about or suggestions about the Learning and Teaching Conference, please contact Phil Lightfoot:

2017 conference - The York Pedagogy - making it work

The 2017 conference will provide an excellent opportunity for discussion of how departments are managing changes to programmes.

Workshop topics will include:

  • Designing authentic assessment tools for experiential learning
  • Students as partners in curriculum design
  • Programme-level approaches to skills development in modular degrees
  • Freedom to learn?  Assessment and the student experience
  • Peer assisted learning in an interdisciplinary social science degree
  • Enabling active learning through technology

Keynote address

Professor John Robinson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Teaching, Learning and Students will reflect on the principles that shape the Pedagogy, the successes and the challenges, what we have learned and what we'd do differently.