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Ionad Bairre

The Teaching and Learning Centre

in association with

The Graduate Studies Office, UCC

In at the Deep End: Learning to Teach in Higher Education”



Postgraduate Symposium

27 February 2014

9.30am – 3.30pm

North Wing Council Room

Course Team:

Dr Bettie Higgs, Course Co-Ordinator, Dr Marian McCarthy

James Cronin, Jacinta McKeon
Ionad Bairre, The Teaching and Learning Centre

in association with The Graduate Studies Office, UCC
Postgraduate Symposium

27 February 2014 9.30am – 3.30pm

North Wing Council Room
In at the Deep End: Learning to Teach in Higher Education”
Programme


Time


Name

Title of Abstract

9.15am


Registration





9.30am

Introduction


Welcome Address

Dr Liam Marnane, Dean of Graduate Studies

9.40am


Kevin O’Sullivan

Law


A Strategy of ‘Hive and Connect’: Hierarchical Student Groupings in the Teaching of Law

9.50am

Nina Konstantinidou

Microbiology



Making connections explicit in Microbiology


10.00am

Sean Whittaker

Law


Teaching Mature Students as a Young Lecturer: The Issue of Active Engagement

10.10am

Lana Repar

Food Business and Development



Balancing on the edge of two worlds in the same room: increasing participation and two-way communication in the class

10.20am

Louise Forde

Law


Teaching Law for Mixed Ability Classes: Grounding Understanding and Developing Legal Skills

10.30am



Laleh Kasraian

Business Information Systems



Improving Conceptualization Skills

Traditional Challenge in Data Modeling Learning

10.40am

Rehan Ahmed

Electrical Engineering



Enhancing the Teaching and Learning

Experience in Control Engineering Labs

10.50am

Tea/coffee





11.10am

Marina Behnke

German


Improving students' discussion skills in the German language

11.20am

Karen Lennon

Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy



Group Work: How do I engage all of the students?

11.30am


Lydia Bracken

Law


Encouraging active engagement by all of the students

11.40am

Sean Power

Accounting & Finance



Encouraging interaction in Tutorials

11.50am

Kellie Morrissey

School of Applied Psychology



Fostering student participation in an e-learning module using Articulate Studio

12.00pm


Timothy Mawe

Philosophy



Building student confidence in a philosophy tutorial

12.10pm

Aidan Flanagan

Sociology



The Written Word is a Lie?” Assessing Competency in Language Use in Sociology

12.20pm

Ashling Murphy

School of Nursing & Midwifery



Effective Communication between Mature Students and Teacher

12.30pm


Light Lunch


POSTER PEER-REVIEW SESSION



Time


Name

Title of Abstract

1.00pm


Eoin O’ Callaghan

School of English



We Have Ways of Making You Talk”: Fostering Student Participation in Third-Level Education

1.10pm


James Sweeney

History (International Relations



Assessing student progress through continual discourse

1.20pm


Margaret Buckley

Applied Social Studies and History



Quizzing Interaction: Experimentation with Participation

1.30pm


Samantha Cushen

Food and Nutritional Sciences



Enhancing Engagement and Class Participation


1.40pm


Elsa Giraud

Chemistry



Encouraging experimentation in practical classes

1.50pm


Michalis Poupazis

Music


A Multicultural Mature Students’ Case: Dissatisfying Scholarly Flavours of Imagery

2.00pm


Alexandra Ntemiri

Microbiology Department



Using multicultural classroom to motivate learners

2.10pm


Hazzaa Alshareef

Computer Science



Encouraging interaction: decreasing monologue

2.20pm


Siobhán O’Byrne

Law


Encouraging student participation in a family law tutorial

2.30pm


Seyed Mohammad Amin Mousavinejad

Business Information Systems



The impact of having two sets of practice examples on keeping students interested for computer science labs

2.40pm

Mark Kennedy

Physics


Quantum Mechanics: The Unintuitive Logic

2.50pm


Claire McGrath

School of History



Making connections in an interdisciplinary programme

3.00pm


Rosemary O’Sullivan

Law


Active student engagement and success in achieving Learning Outcomes

3.10pm


Fiona Clancy

Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies



Getting the Students to Engage: The Debate Approach

3.20pm

Fionn Woodhouse

Drama and Theatre Studies



Using practical life experience to enhance student learning


3.30pm

Niamh O’Mahony

School of English



Lack of engagement: Remedy for improved student learning

3.40pm


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