This page lists all the professional development, enrichment, networking and learning opportunities available to teaching staff to enrich their teaching practice:
Work session: Writing an abstract
15 August 2018, 13:00-14:00, Room 403
Would you like to submit an abstract for the SoTL Conference, but haven't written one before? This hands-on session will introduce you to the characteristics of a good abstract and help you to get started on yours.
If you would like to attend this session, please contact Karin Cattell-Holden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Teaching and Learning invites you to lunch-hour “padkos sessions” as part of the Auxin Project. The Auxin Project aims to create professional growth opportunities for SU lecturers.
The next Auxin session takes place on 28 August 2018:
Title: CRIMINAL LAW 171 VIDEO
PROJECT: BOLDLY GOING WHERE NO CRIMINAL LAW LECTURER HAS GONE BEFORE!
Presenter: Dr Mary Nel, Law Faculty
Conferences and Seminars
The 2018 SoTL Conference, 30-31 October, Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West. Pre-conference workshops, 29 October. For more information, visit www0.sun.ac.za/sotl .
The 2018 HELTASA Conference, 20-23 November, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth. Theme: 'Dancing on the Learning and Teaching Waves of Change in Africa'. More information is available at http://heltasa2018.mandela.ac.za/ .
Courses and Training Opportunities
- CHEC QUALITY TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION (QTHE) Short Courses in 2018
Programme for 2018:
Blended Learning Short Courses 2018
The Centre for learning technologies offers lecturers an opportunity to engage with the educational
theory and gain practical skills in a blended learning pedagogical approach. For more course information, please email email@example.com.