On Thursday 25th Marchthe Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit will be hosting the second Academy Mini-Conference of this academic year. The theme will be Embedding Well-being in the Curriculum, where we will explore the links between well-being and learning and strategies which could help to maximise success for both students and staff.  

The three strands for this mini conference are:  

  • Recognising barriers to student well-being 
  • Building resilience in students 
  • Encouraging students to flourish 

You can register to attend the Mini-Conference by clickinon this linkIf you have any queries, please email lteu@aber.ac.uk.

Schedule

 

Time

 

Session

Link to Join

9:30-9:45

 

Welcome

Tim Woods

Recording

9:45-10:00

Well-being in the Curriculum at Aberystwyth University

Samantha Glennie

Recording

10:00-10:20

 

Well-being in the Curriculum – a Foundation Year Pilot

Sinead O’Connor

Recording

10:20-10:50

 

Supporting Students in Building a Resilient Approach to their Learning

Antonia Ivaldi

 

10:50 – 11:20

 

Break – yoga session (11:00-11:15)

 

11:20 – 12:20

 

Flourishing at Aberystwyth – Putting Positive Education into Practice

Frederica Roberts - keynote

Recording

12:20 -12:50

 

What Can Lecturers Do to Get Students to Embrace Mistakes?

Marco Arkesteijn

 

12:50 – 13:50

 

Lunch

 

13:50 – 14:30

 

Online Communities and Student Well-being

 Kate Lister - Keynote

Recording 

14:30 – 14:50

 

Building Resilience

Alison Pierse

Recording

14:50 – 15:20

 

Meeting Students' Needs (using simple tools)

Panna Karlinger, Trystan Hooper, Lenka Michalkova, Tom Mumford

Recording

15:20 – 15:50

 

Break – meditation session (15:30-15:40)

 

15:50 – 16:20

 

Resilience - a Valuable Student Skill

Sadie Thackaberry

Recording

16:20 – 16:50

 

Final Remarks – what will you implement?

Samantha Glennie, Sioned Llywelyn, Lara Kipp & Anna Udalowska

 

 

You can download a bilingual copy of the schedule here: Amserlen Cynhadledd Fer 2021 / Mini Conference 2021 Programme