Bespoke Workshops

Bespoke Workshops

Can’t make it to a workshop? Want to make changes to your programme? Keen to try a new teaching approach in your module team? The CIE Team can offer bespoke workshops for programme teams, departments, or any group of staff at a time and place to suit you.

We can run any of the workshops listed below (or a combination of different workshops) on request, either online or face to face (subject to local and national guidelines). Just get in touch with us via cie@liverpool.ac.uk to arrange a suitable date.

If you would like a workshop that is not listed below, or are not sure of your needs and would like to talk to a member of the CIE team for advice and guidance, please either fill in the Bespoke Workshop request form or email us at cie@liverpool.ac.uk.

We look forward to working with you soon.

Curriculum design

  • Writing appropriately levelled learning outcomes
  • Constructive alignment/ course design basics for programme teams
  • Designing and developing new curricula/ modules in hybrid, online and face to face formats
  • Implementing Liverpool Curriculum Framework Hallmarks, Attributes and Principles (previously Curriculum 2021) in curriculum design and delivery
  • Placement learning design and recording of activities
  • A Community of Inquiry (CoI) approach to teaching and learning

Assessment and feedback

  • Developing rubrics/ marking criteria
  • Standard setting for consistency in marking teams
  • Assessment design for hybrid, online or face to face delivery
  • Formative assessment and feedback practices
  • Developing students assessment and feedback literacy

EDI / inclusive practice 

  • Getting started with Decolonising the Curriculum, inclusive curriculum design and accessibility 

Education for Sustainable Development

  • Getting started with Education for Sustainable Development

Digital Education workshops - general

  • Introduction to digital tools for education
  • Digital accessibility for learning and teaching
  • Designing online synchronous and asynchronous learning activities
  • Using technology enhanced learning tools to enhance student engagement in face to face or online spaces
  • Using e-portfolios
  • The value of Open Educational Resources (OERs)
  • Maximising the impact of face-to-face and online learning

Useful technologies for learning and teaching

  • Teams and O365 for learning and teaching
  • Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook for learning and learning
  • Assessing groupwork through peer evaluation with Buddycheck
  • Visual collaboration tools, including Miro, MURAL & Padlet
  • Using Sway to create engaging teaching resources

Multimedia-focused

  • Podcasting
  • Producing engaging video
  • Adding captions and transcripts to multimedia

 

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