Please join us at our next engagement@manchester session, where we will explore the topic “Working with school teachers”.
Many colleagues across the University work with pupils in schools; but this session will focus on areas of good practise in working with teachers. By working with teachers, we have an opportunity to establish long-lasting and far-reaching relationships which can have hugely positive impacts.
With input from Stephanie Lee, Head of Outreach and Widening Participation, as well as well as David Rydeheard, Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science and Cat Lumb, Secondary and Post 16 Coordinator, Humanities, Manchester Museum. We will explore the benefits of working with school teachers and share top-tips from colleagues with experience working with them.
When and Where: 11 May 2016, 1 – 2:30pm, University Place 2.219
- Stephanie Lee – Head of Student Recruitment (Outreach and Widening Participation)
- Dr David Rydeheard – Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science
- Cat Lumb – Secondary and Post 16 Coordinator, Manchester Museum
Be sure to bring along your questions as well as your hints and tips about how to work most effectively with this audience. There will be time for networking.
All welcome. No registration needed, just drop in.
Emma Lewis and Roz Webster, Student Recruitment and Widening Participation Officers, The University of Manchester