The EMC offers an annual ‘training to teach’ programme for History PGRs and early career historians at registered member institutions of the East Midlands Centre for History Teaching and Learning.
The programme is currently run by Dr Matthew Hefferan and Dr Nick Thomas (University of Nottingham).
The programme offers a series of six workshops on themes including teaching strategies, curriculum design, assessment, and career development, providing participants with the opportunity to consider theoretical approaches to teaching whilst also developing their practical skills.
Participants also have the opportunity to learn and share practice with colleagues working in different institutions across the region, with the aim of building a genuine “community of practice” across the nine EMC institutions.
2022-23 Training to Teach Online Programme
To register email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 10 October: Teaching in HE
- 17 October: Task-Based Teaching and Learning
- 24 October: Teaching with Electronic Resources
- 31 October: Assessment and Marking
- 14 November: Creating and Running Modules
- 21 November: Teaching as Part of an Academic Career
Recommended Introductory Reading
Kate Exley, Reg Dennck and Andrew Fisher, Small Group Teaching: Tutorials, Seminars and Workshops (London and New York, 2019).
I would also recommend taking a good wander around the excellent website which was
created by former University of Nottingham Professor Alan Booth: