"liverpool learning summit" blog posts
Liverpool Learning Summit 2023: Pre-Event
The University of Liverpool’s popular Learning Summits, which take place every January, are designed to provide a flexible, welcoming and collaborative space to explore innovative teaching practices in Higher Education, discuss pressing concerns or contemporary issues across the sector, and to generally challenge ourselves to think about university education in new or interesting ways – particularly what we can do, as teachers, to help improve our students’ overall experience.
Posted on: 16 November 2022
Neurodiversity and Inclusivity Community of Practice
We were delighted to be joined by Karen Welton (Plymouth College of Art) and Jennie Dettmer (University of Bedfordshire) who founded the Neurodiversity and Inclusivity Community of Practice (CoP).
Posted on: 24 February 2022
Dispelling Deficit Myths...
As part of the Centre for Innovation in Education’s annual Liverpool Learning Summit in January 2022 I was fortunate enough to attend a wonderful talk by Dr Gemma Ahearne, Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Liverpool, 'entitled Down the Rabbit Hole: Non-Linear Pedagogy from a Dyslexic Teacher’.
Posted on: 11 February 2022
Digital Storytelling - Inclusive Education in Practice
Kicking off an exciting Liverpool Learning Summit 2022, we had an inspiring talk from Liverpool World Centre’s Karen Wynne, who spoke about participatory education and bringing digital storytelling to life.
Posted on: 4 February 2022
Liverpool Learning Summit 2022
This year the Liverpool Learning Summit is on the topic of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. In this blog post we will outline some of the various talks and workshops that we hope you will participate in.
Posted on: 10 December 2021
Liverpool Learning Summit Blog Series - Experiences and Reflections
When I was asked to contribute to this blog I thought it’d be good to look back on my experience and share it with you. I moved to the UK 11 years ago as an international student. If I remember it correctly, the first thing I noticed was how reluctant home students were to work with international students. And also, how international students consciously or unconsciously created their own networks.
Posted on: 18 December 2020