Exploring responses to a discussion seminar for Creative Writing MA students

  Giovanna Iozzi is working towards a PhD in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths. She is a recipient of Goldsmiths’ Pat Kavanagh Prize and she has published short stories in various places including Ambit, The New Writer, Rattle Tales, The Gold Room & Exeter Writers and is working on her first novel. In this post Giovanna describes a research…

Inclusive Teaching: Cultural Differences in Plagiarism/Referencing

Jessica Ussher, a first year PhD student at Warwick’s  Centre of Interdisciplinary Methodologies, tells her story. This is the second reflection in a series of cases looking at inclusive teaching. It was during my second degree that I really noticed the importance of inclusive learning and teaching, and just how easily it can be overlooked. Several…

Inclusive Teaching – Teaching Methods and Support Materials

The PDF document Inclusive Teaching – Teaching methods and support materials provides more in-depth information on how to address inclusion with respect to different forms of face-to-face teaching (e.g., lectures, seminars/tutorials, and practice-based sessions) and associated materials (e.g., hand-outs and lecture slides).

Reflections on Practice-Based Teaching in Psychology

By Dr. Debbie Custance, Academic Director of TaLIC and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London. Learning Context I used to teach a laboratory session on observational methods to first year undergraduates in their Research Methods in Psychology module. The students would come to their regular teaching space, which was a computer laboratory suite…