20 episodes

The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast is a collaboration between The University of Southampton's Centre for Higher Education Practice (CHEP) and the Medical Education Innovation Network (Faculty of Medicine). It is intended to be of interest to all teaching focused/intensive academics in higher education who strive towards teaching excellence and wish to innovate their practice. The podcast aims to promote and raise the profile of teaching excellence within university education.

The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast

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The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast is a collaboration between The University of Southampton's Centre for Higher Education Practice (CHEP) and the Medical Education Innovation Network (Faculty of Medicine). It is intended to be of interest to all teaching focused/intensive academics in higher education who strive towards teaching excellence and wish to innovate their practice. The podcast aims to promote and raise the profile of teaching excellence within university education.

    Neil Ford

    Neil Ford

    n episode 20 we chat to Neil Ford who is a Principal Teaching Fellow (Education Development) in the Business School at The University of Southampton and a member of the CHEP team. We catch up with Neil (remotely of course, since we were all in full lockdown mode at the time of recording) to talk about all things related to student partnership, co-creating resources with our students and the educational philosophy underpinning this approach.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Prof Sally Curtis

    Prof Sally Curtis

    In episode 19 we have a lovely chat with Professor Sally Curtis (our first Covid lockdown interview!) who is the newly appointed Deputy Head of School Education in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton. Despite talking remotely, Sally's passionate and committed enthusiasm towards widening participation is abundantly clear. We discuss her inclusive approach and how she fosters self-belief and embraces the tremendous value of her students.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Professor Rachel Mills

    Professor Rachel Mills

    Episode 18 features Professor Rachel Mills, who is the Dean of Environmental and Life Sciences at The University of Southampton. We catch up with Rachel to talk about her career which includes leading on both research and education strategies. She has developed and delivered undergraduate and postgraduate programmes but more recently she has led the development and delivery of a MOOC (free online course) called ‘Exploring our Ocean’ that has had global reach, with learners of all ages.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    The CHEP Festival Of Learning and Teaching 2020 Goes Online - David Read

    The CHEP Festival Of Learning and Teaching 2020 Goes Online - David Read

    Welcome to a bonus lockdown episode of the teaching and scholarship podcast from The University of Southampton. In this one we catch up with Prof David Read about his plans to deliver the Centre for Higher Education Practice's festival of learning and teaching to an entirely online format for 2020.

    • 28 min
    Prof Alex Neill

    Prof Alex Neill

    In Episode 16 we have a coffee and chat with none other than Professor Alex Neill, who is the Vice-President (Education) and a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southampton. As the key person to have University-wide oversight of all activities relating to education, we asked Alex, what is a typical (non-covid-19) day like for you, and important questions like as do you get time to eat lunch?!

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Prof Anna Barney

    Prof Anna Barney

    In episode 15 of the T&S Podcast we catch up with Prof Anna Barney who is the Associate Dean Education within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton. In 2019 Anna was appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (education). Since then she has been working closely with Professor Alex Neill, the University’s Vice-President (Education) to further develop the University’s education strategy.

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

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roundaboutagiraffe ,

Good chat so far

Really interesting - background music on the first interview with David Read is really distracting!

s.d.morton ,

Highly recommended!!

The sort of questions asked are exactly the ones I, as an academic, am intrigued to know the answers to...and who better than from other academics at the top of their game.

Rapidrenu ,

Superb educational podcast!

Really interesting content. Would recommend for anyone who teaches within higher education

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