Professor Paul Hibbert launches ‘Live from the Hive’ event series

Margaret Adamson
Tuesday 9 June 2020

I’m delighted that Professor Paul Hibbert from the School of Management has accepted the invitation to launch our staff development series called ‘Live from the Hive’ next week.

About the series

The series is hosted in the Hive Microsoft Team, a community area for staff and postgraduate tutors interested in technology enhanced learning at the University of St Andrews.

Live from the Hive events are a combination of longer system- and pedagogy-focused workshops. These workshops will also be offered on a bespoke basis, and some will involve guest presenters (both academic and professional staff).

About Paul’s session

  • Name: Delivering teaching in different modes
  • When: Monday 15 June 2020, 2pm

Paul’s session was based on a set of reflective frameworks assembled to help early-career academic colleagues, and anyone who has found themselves having to rethink their approach to teaching in the midst of a crisis, to think about the pedagogical and practical issues involved.

The primary focus was on the underlying principles that guide teaching practice in any mode. It was intended to help inform conversations and reflection about how to approach switching between in-class and virtual, online modes of delivery, and teaching in synchronous and asynchronous modes. A summary document was shared as part of the session.

Future sessions

Details of upcoming Live from the Hive sessions are posted on the University’s events portal and can be found on the CEED support workshops page.

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