Please note : the call for papers has now closed and we are no longer accepting abstract submissions – Many thanks Deb Baff
What does learning and teaching look like through a future lens ?
As we look forward to the Centenary celebrations in 2020, this year, we invite you specifically to share your experiences in learning and teaching , asking you to focus your presentation with a future perspective. SALT is delighted to now invite proposals for this year’s conference sessions to showcase excellent, effective practice in learning, teaching and assessment from across the University, through a future lens.
At the conference we will seek to explore how our experience shapes the future , considering both the journey and the destination ~ Professor Jane Thomas, Director SALT
We would like you to consider what has worked, or hasn’t, share strategies and interventions that you have employed, or that you intend to use, and above all demonstrate how your journey informs your teaching practice going forward. We particularly welcome collaborative submissions involving learners, that demonstrate the learner perspective and can impact on the experience of other learners at Swansea.
We are inviting proposals for Pecha Kucha, Standard Presentations, Posters and Workshop Formats. Proposals should be submitted using the online google form for one of the following session types
- Pecha Kucha (6 minutes and 40 seconds)
- Standard Presentations (20 Minutes)
- Workshop (60 Minutes)
- Poster (PDF and Paper Required)
Your proposal needs to show how your session fits with the Conference Theme and must address the selection criteria that will be used by the review panel. Session outlines should be detailed enough for delegates to have an idea of what to expect when attending your session. Workshops must be of an interactive, innovative and creative format e.g. Hacking, Making, Sharing, Gaming etc
All proposals should clearly address the main conference theme. Proposals will be selected against the following criteria and there will be particular emphasis on how innovative and interactive your session will be :
- A. Do the title and abstract clearly describe the session?
- B. Does the session clearly align with the conference theme ?
- C. Will the session be of interest to the conference audience ?
- D. Is the content innovative and engaging ?
- E. Are the session outcomes clearly stated ?
- F. Will the session positively contribute to learning and teaching at the University?
- G. Are the format and session type appropriate to the topic of the presentation?
- H. Does the proposal share research data or learning, teaching and assessment practice during the session?
- I. Does the proposal include all 5 of the following elements: innovation, replicability, impact, evidence and scope?