Tutors are increasingly being asked to teach together with a colleague – often called ‘co-tutoring'. But what are tutors’ experiences of co-tutoring and can it play a role in developing their teaching practice?
It can often feel like academics and practitioners are from different universes, let alone planets. In this blog Richard Harding discusses how we might better bridge the divide between them to create unions made in, rather than separated by, the heavens.
In the face of some of the world’s global problems, it can be easy to feel disempowered and disengaged. In this post, Jessica Giles explores interdisciplinary methodology as a platform for us to address global issues.
In this post Haider Ali looks at how instructors delivering learning in residential schools can provide an experience involving high levels of staff/student contact whilst remaining satisfying and enjoyable for students.