Monthly Archives: September 2010

Improving supervisory skills

This week Dr John Dallat, the Head of Learning and Teaching at DKIT facilitated a workshop on “Supervising Students at Master’s Level”. The workshop explored common issues that arise when supervising students. We discussed ‘what good research is’, ‘what makes … Continue reading

Posted in peerlearning, teaching, training, writing | Leave a comment

Things I learned this week

(Thanks to Doug Belshaw for this idea, he publishes weekly blog posts on what he has learned) Be prepared ……well in advance Always test software and hardware at least a day ahead of a workshop! I started organising the clicker … Continue reading

Posted in clickers, conference, DIT, innovation, MSc, reflection, Smartphone, teaching, technology | Leave a comment