39 min

Episode 7, with Dr. Nigel Oseland, Environmental Psychologist Teaching Here and There

    • Education

Welcome to episode 7, featuring Dr Nigel Oseland, a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist, researcher, international speaker and published author. In conversation with Dom Pates, James Rutherford and Dr. Ivan Sikora, he talked about his take on all things hybrid from a psychological perspective.  With a mix of experience from the corporate sector as well as education, Nigel gave his scientific insights into what should be considered for more effective and successful hybrid teaching. 

The discussion ranged from etiquette to physiology, body language on screen, how to show non-verbal language, the importance of student screens, and opportunities for social interaction which are a key part of any discussion or class. His closing comments focussed on how to make the university campus more appealing to students, how does hybrid teaching add value and what makes students want to come back for more, whether its face to face on online. We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast.

If you would like to participate in a future episode or just want to contact us, please email us at teachinghereandtherepodcast@gmail.com or get in touch on Twitter @THAThybridpod

This is a PSR Production ©2022

You can also send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teachinghereandthere/message


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Welcome to episode 7, featuring Dr Nigel Oseland, a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist, researcher, international speaker and published author. In conversation with Dom Pates, James Rutherford and Dr. Ivan Sikora, he talked about his take on all things hybrid from a psychological perspective.  With a mix of experience from the corporate sector as well as education, Nigel gave his scientific insights into what should be considered for more effective and successful hybrid teaching. 

The discussion ranged from etiquette to physiology, body language on screen, how to show non-verbal language, the importance of student screens, and opportunities for social interaction which are a key part of any discussion or class. His closing comments focussed on how to make the university campus more appealing to students, how does hybrid teaching add value and what makes students want to come back for more, whether its face to face on online. We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast.

If you would like to participate in a future episode or just want to contact us, please email us at teachinghereandtherepodcast@gmail.com or get in touch on Twitter @THAThybridpod

This is a PSR Production ©2022

You can also send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teachinghereandthere/message


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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/teachinghereandthere/message

39 min

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