ABCs of pedagogy: F is for freedom

Welcome to the sixth post in the (slow) ABCs of Pedagogy. The aim of this blog series is to provide university teachers with the theoretical language to describe their teaching practice. This is useful for the purposes of reflection, scholarship of learning and teaching, career progression and recognition such as teaching awards and fellowships. Do … Continue reading ABCs of pedagogy: F is for freedom

Learning theories

I continue to share brief lessons from the modules in Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching, a free massive open online course (MOOC) designed for new teachers, those who wish to enhance student learning or teaching practice and emerging leaders in higher education.The MOOC is currently open for enrolment. Sign up at and use the … Continue reading Learning theories

Slow academia – a collaborative webinar series

I'm looking forward to the upcoming Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education (PaTHES) webinar series, and hope you can join this wonderful group of scholars! Slow Academia – Wonder, Wandering, Generosity & Presence in the University Chaired by Rikke Toft Nørgård, Aarhus University (Denmark) Featuring: Maha Bali, Agnes Bosanquet, Barbara Grant, Finn Thorbjørn Hansen, Fran … Continue reading Slow academia – a collaborative webinar series