Today we had the second Pedagogy and Pancakes session. Despite a few technical challenges we had a great session with 40 people from inside and outside of the University of Lincoln. These sessions are not themed, the talks are booked randomly to give us a broad range of topics and insights. But something that really stood out for me today was how interconnected some of our ideas are. Despite talking about very different topics both Sue and Debbie held reference to keeping students firmly at the center of our pedagogy. There was loads from these talks that I will be considering in my own practice. Specifically, I am looking forward to co-creating some social media activities with my second year students. Debbie’s talk also really changed the way I consider support for international students.
Phil also delivered a fantastic talk on how to edit teaching and learning videos using Davinci Resolve. Video editing can be intimidating when you first start, but Phil really simplified the use of the software. I’m certain colleagues will find this useful.
28th of July at 10am
In this talk I will share some examples of where I have worked in partnership with students on co-created initiatives that have enabled us to explore the use of social media for learning and teaching.
10:20am: A Tale of Two Cultures
Debbie Lock (Lincoln) Download Slides
The presentation will focus on some pre-transition exploratory work that has been undertaken in China over the last couple of years. Using Maslow’s framework as a structure to consider students transitioning into a UK higher education system and the cultural changes that take place along the way provide a different way of viewing the challenges faced by both student and academic communities.
10:40am An introduction to Davinci Resolve for video editing lectures
Phil Carlisle (Lincoln) Download Slides
Need a good video editor to create online lectures? Davinci Resolve is a very high-quality editor available for free and can be used for professional-looking video content. In this session I’ll take you through the basics of editing a lecture captured in open broadcaster studio, applying titles and then exporting for upload to Panopto in blackboard.