Pedagogy Vevox Education Series - April

Online Webinar

Wanting to learn how you can make your hybrid classes more engaging? Want to hear top tips, methods and success stories from educators at UK universities as to how they're overcoming the challenges of hybrid learning? 

Then join our monthly webinars where our guest speakers will be sharing their advice and showing you ways to boost student interaction to increase active learning and student success. 

These webinars will provide: 
  • Examples and stories of how Lecturers/Learning Technologists are overcoming the challenges of blended learning
  • Methods and tactics to improving student engagement and learning
  • An interactive Q&A for educators to share learnings and ask questions

Can't make the live dates? Register anyways and we'll ensure you get the recordings to watch it back. 

About The Guest Speaker

Dr Rachel Chan is a Senior Lecturer and Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist who has been working in academia for over 15 years. Currently working at St Mary’s University (SMU) in Twickenham and teach on the BSc Physiotherapy programme, she is a Senior Fellow of The Higher Education Academy and am hugely committed to teaching, learning and the student experience. She has always adopted a reflective approach to teaching and scholarship; regularly modifying and adapting her teaching style and the design of my modules in response to student feedback and in line with current pedagogical research. Utilising interactive technology in my lectures, peer instruction, media resources, online quizzes, and reflection slides to create a positive and dynamic learning environment. She is the Senior Tutor for Physiotherapy students in the Sport, Allied Health and Performance Science Faculty. She is also chair of the Teaching and Learning Group within the Faculty. She also founded and lead a Community Care Project at St Mary’s University that includes both staff and students committed to building community within SMU and the wider community. We have created several initiatives that focus on student well-being, mental health and supporting carers.


Event Details

  • Location
    Online Webinar
  • Date
    3pm, 21st April 2022