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The Ethics of Teaching in Higher Education- theme of the Fifth Annual John Beacham Teaching conference on Thursday 13th September 2018 in Ian Gulland Lecture 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In memory of former Head of Department of Media & Communications John Beacham (1948-2004) we present the fifth annual teaching conference in his memory to recognise the influence of his mentoring, standard setting, and the development of teaching quality during his career at Goldsmiths.
Every year the conference in his name will provide sessions, materials, discussions and advice on best teaching practices, techniques and cultures in higher education and beyond.
The theme for the fifth conference is The Ethics of Teaching In Higher Education. The day is also recognised as part of Goldsmiths’ Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (accredited by both Goldsmiths and the Higher Education Academy).
9.30am Introduction by Conference Convenors Professor Tim Crook and Mary Claire Halvorson
Conference VLE page at:
9.50am Professor Elisabeth Hill (Pro-Warden of Learning, Teaching & Enhancement / Psychology):
10.00am Dr Deborah Custance (Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre / Psychology):
10.10am Dr Louise Chambers with student panel discussing liberating the curriculum
11:00am Dr Gavin Weston (Anthropology) Ethics, Methods and Pedagogy: Collaboration with our learners
11.45am Coffee break
12.10am Keynote presentation: The Oslo Group. Panel of student teachers from late 1960s reflecting on ethics in education since their time at the College.
1.55pm Professor Mary Evans (LSE Centennial Professor Dept of Gender Studies) Author of Killing Thinking: the death of the Universities
3.00pm Professor Angela McRobbie FRSA, FBA The Smile Economy in the Teaching Machine
3.50pm Professor Tim Crook (Media & Communications). Ethics of Higher Education in College History.
John and Joseph Crook Awards for best performances in Media Law & Ethics examination 2018.
Dates & times
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