Posted: 17 January 2013
Julie Hall, Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement, Justine Greening MP and Paul O’ Prey VC at House of Commons last night at a lecture by Professor Graham Gibbs to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) of which Julie is co-chair. Professor Gibbs pointed to the importance of seeing teaching in universities as something requiring expertise and scholarship. He highlighted the work at universities like Roehampton, where there is a commitment to ensuring that teaching is excellent and where academic staff and students work together to enhance the learning environment. Julie said, ‘ This was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate SEDA’s achievements and reflect on the ways in which we as a University focus on teaching, putting students at the heart of learning and teaching.’
For more info : www.seda.ac.uk
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