Podcast: Teaching Matters Out Loud – Cathy Bovill on Student Positivity and Creativity as a Source of Hope (7.30 Min)

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This week’s episode of the Teaching Matters Podcast features a reading by Cathy Bovill of her October 2020 post ‘Student Positivity and Creativity as a Source of Hope’.

Teaching Matters Out Loud, features contributors and members of the Teaching Matters team reading previous posts out loud giving readers an alternative way to enjoy Teaching Matters and catch up on posts they might have missed.


Catherine Bovill

Dr Catherine Bovill is Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement at the Institute for Academic Development, University of Edinburgh and Visiting Fellow at the University of Winchester. She is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Fellow of the Staff and Educational Development Association and an Editorial Board member for Teaching in Higher Education. At Edinburgh she leads the IAD programme and course design team and the Learning and Teaching Conference team as well as supporting a range of strategic projects focused on student engagement. She regularly publishes and presents her work on partnership and co-creating curriculum internationally. In 2019-2020 she was a Fulbright Scholar based in the USA.


Producer/Editor

photograph of the author

Joseph Arton

Dr. Joe Arton is an Academic Developer at the Institute for Academic Development at the University of Edinburgh, he is the co-editor and producer of the Teaching Matters blog and podcast and curates The Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange, the University of Edinburgh’s internal site for Hybrid Teaching and Learning resources and best practice.

Additional script contributions by Josephine Foucher 

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