Large group and lecturing
Career Development Communication Skills Teaching Skills
Monday, 10 February 2020, 9.30am to 4.30pmApply for this course
This two day classroom based MSD Skills training course enables early career researchers and DPhils at 3+ years to develop the skills to become a good lecturer.
This course takes place over two separate days and participants are expected to attend both sessions.
10 February 2020 @ 09:30 - 16:30
14 February 2020 @ 09:30 - 16:30
This course has pre-course material. Booking confirmation and course reminder emails will provide you with the link to 'My Resources' in CoSY to access the material before the course. Venue information for each course session is also located in 'My Resources'.
This two-day programme is one of our most highly rated courses and looks at how to become a good lecturer and teacher. During the course you will find out how to ensure that your lecturing and teaching is engaging, effective and enjoyable for both you and your students. You will also find out how to develop critical thinking and how to become a more natural and creative lecturing and teaching style.
By the end of this two-day course it is expected that workshop participants will be able to:
* Get students to engage with their subject
* Develop critical thinking
* Run interactive and engaging lectures
* Increase their own confidence in lecturing
The course content will include information on
i. Lecturing skills
ii. Small group teaching
iii. Teaching large classes
The aim of this engaging workshop is to help you to develop essential lecturing skills in a safe environment and with expert tutoring and feedback.
A selection of recent feedback include:
“I would recommend this course without hesitation. It is not only helpful for lecturing, but also for teaching in whatever setting and even giving interactive academic presentations.”
“Not what I expected. It has really changed the way I think about lecturing”
“Really made me think differently about my teaching”
In reaction to the evaluation question What aspects of the course were particularly useful and how will they help your research/career?” previous participants have stated:
“Thinking about teaching in a different way”
“Tips on teaching methodology”
*PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH*