Building Student Resilience
Two workshops were run at QMU on 30 August by Abby Shovlin (Wellbeing Coach, and also an academic developer at the University of Edinburgh). The first workshop focused on learning and teaching approaches which help students build resilience and well-being, and the second took the perspective of professional services support.
To find out more, see Abby’s slides in the CAP Hub resource site (Staff will find this under their course list)
Gaining Fellowship of the HEA
Interested in finding out what’s involved? Come along to a briefing on 16 October. Register at https://bookwhen.com/qmucap
Writer’s Block? Or just fancy some peace to get on with your writing?
Our writing retreat participants find they get much more writing done at a retreat than in normal weeks. For example at 2018 retreats, some outputs from participants in one day included:
- One conference presentation
- 1500 words of a book chapter
- 1000 new words in a doctoral thesis
- 1500 words edited in a doctoral thesis
- One journal paper edited following reviewer feedback
- One PhD proposal written
- One HEA fellowship application completed.
Sign up to our regular writing retreats! https://bookwhen.com/qmucap