I’m delighted to be this week’s guest on Cup of TEA – the Teaching Excellence Academy’s official podcast, exploring learning, teaching and assessment at the University of Hull.
Season 1 – Episode 3: Lee Fallin
This week we’re speaking to Lee Fallin from the School of Education. We talked about a range of topics including his research on learning spaces and also his recent transition from professional services to academia. Lee is really passionate about education and learning development and we think this comes across brilliantly in this really interesting chat. Lee has also kindly provided a list of related links to topics we discuss which can be found below.
Listen to the episode below:
Core links for the podcast episode:
- Thesis: Reading the Academic Library: an exploration of the conceived, perceived and lived spaces of the Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull
- Keynote – (Re)connection: The importance of space/place & interaction in higher education
- Kirsty Finn: Dr Kirsty Finn | Manchester Metropolitan University (mmu.ac.uk)
- Thoughts on space – Dr Lee Fallin
- Designing for Diverse Learners
- What is LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®? | Official LEGO®
- LEGO Serious Play starter kit for research & teaching
- The Design Council Double Diamond
Background links about the posdcast guest:
- Dr Lee Fallin – Worktribe
- Personal blog: Dr Lee Fallin – Lecturer in Education Studies
- @LeeFallin – Twitter
- @LeeFallin@hcommons.social – Mastodon
Have a Cup of TEA
My contribution aside, I highly recommend you check out the Cup of TEA podcast and bookmark it in your favourite app. In week 1, my colleague Kelly Dockerty and student Jess Gleisinger discussed PBL and authentic experiences, with week 2 showcasing Liz Wells and her transition from clinical practice to academia. Both are a great listen!