Wolverhampton Learning & Teaching (WLT) Awards

The aims of the WLT Awards are:

  • to identify effective practice in enhancing students’ learning experiences through evaluating the impact of learning and teaching practices and innovations

  • to provide opportunities to disseminate effective practice in enhancing students’ learning experiences, both internally and externally

Details about the Awards are presented in the ‘WLT Awards 2017’ document.  Submission templates are provided in the Appendices of this document; however, they are also reproduced here as separate documents for ease of use.

Overview document

WLT Awards 2017 (Word doc 72k)

Submission Templates

Student-led Projects submission (Word doc 62k)

2017/18 WLT Awards

The successful submissions for the WLT Awards 2017/18 are as follows:

Impact Awards

ApplicantTheme
Paul Brownbill (FoA) Inclusive Assessment
Chijioke Obasi (FoA)

Inclusive Assessment
Participatory Learning

Nicky Westwood (FEHW)
Liz Stevenson (FEHW)
Inclusive Assessment

 

Commissioned Projects

LeadProject TeamProject Title
Carol Bailey (FoSS)

Hazel Bowley (LIS)
Becki Gibbons (LIS)
Lisa Thompson (LIS)
Nicky Westwood (FEHW)
Jodi Withers (FoSS)

Writing from sources: how do students approach this challenge and how can we help them do it better?
Stephanie Brewster (FEHW)

David Thompson (FEHW)
Jay Marshall (SSW)

Enabling Employability: supporting inclusive placement learning for disabled undergraduates
Rebecca Butler (FSE)

Nazira Karodia (FSE)
Ross Prior (FoA)
Jon Rhodes (CoLT)
Ben Salter (FoA)
Jason Stanley (Estates)

Changing Spaces: understanding and developing perceptions of effective learning spaces
Jenny Worsley (FEHW) Ruth Scott (FEHW) Supporting transition into higher education from Level 3 to Level 4

  

Innovation Projects

LeadProject TeamProject Title
Adam Burns (FoSS) Gurpinder Lalli (FEHW) From Studying History to Teaching History
Chris Sellars (FEHW)

Zsuzsa Galloway (FEHW)
Crispin Dale (FoA)
Richard Darby (FEHW)
Paul Brownbill (FoA)

Making sense of feedback: a staff-student collaborative approach to reducing the staff-student understanding gap
Liz O’Gara

Martin Eason (FSE)
Helene Turley (ODoS)
Tony Shannon-Little (FoSS)

Student engagement and inclusivity on placements at the University of Wolverhampton

Student-led Projects

Requests for Student-led Projects will be advertise shortly.  The original deadline was proposed as Monday 30th October, but this will be delayed to allow more time for students to submit applications for funding.