Welcome to Teaching Complexity 

#teachcomUAL, a free online seminar series curated by Bonnie Stewart (Visiting Fellow, UAL) and David White (Head of Digital Learning, UAL) from the Teaching and Learning Exchange at the University of the Arts London.

Teaching Complexity

Through talks, discussion and other activities the seminars will explore how open and creative approaches to teaching and learning can help students navigate the complexity of higher education and the digital environment.

The seminars are designed for anyone in a teaching, teaching related or staff development role in higher education. Each seminar runs for approximately 1 hour with some time at the end for additional discussion.

There are also two ‘Digital Fieldwork’ sessions for those that want to take an experiential approach.

Feel free to attend all the seminars or pick and choose. All seminars will be in Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.

Sign-up to receive updates and a link to the online seminar room: http://events.arts.ac.uk/event/2019/1/8/Teaching-Complexity-Online-Seminar-Series/


1. Connected Teaching  – Jan 8th 3-4pm GMT
Designing ‘connected’ teaching and learning which works on and offline.
Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Amy Collier, David White

2. Openness and Prestige –  Jan 29th 3-4pm GMT
Exploring how ‘giving stuff away’ and working openly online can be good for you and your students.
Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Catherine Cronin

Digital fieldwork part 1 – Feb 5th 3-4pm GMT
Get tooled up to undertake some exploratory digital fieldwork.
Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White

3. Complexity and creativity –  Feb 19th 3-4pm GMT
Learn how to take a creative approach to complex subjects.
Facilitators: David Cormier, Tobias Revell

Digital fieldwork part 2 – Feb 26th 3-4pm GMT
Sharing your digital fieldwork experiences.
Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White, Sheldon Chow

4. Inclusive spaces – Mar 5th 3-4pm GMT
Ensuring digital teaching and learning welcomes a variety of voices
Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Maha Bali , Chris Giliard 

[While it is well worth attending ‘live’ for the interaction, sessions will be recorded and openly available]