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Category Archives: K3 – How students learn
This clip is an evaluation of the requirements of DL students. Joanne identifies how to manage the expectations of DL students from an academic point of view. She emphasises the necessity for clarity of course expectations of the students and … Continue reading
Ros Lishman outlines the importance of effective Information Literacies in enhancing the knowledge and skills of professional students. It is clear that effective on line resources and support for part time students who are enhancing their work skills and personal … Continue reading
In this clip Ros Lishman explains assessment via e-portfolio development for Housing practitioners. Descriptive and reflective writing skills progress with on-line interaction with tutors. She emphasises the importance of the use of transferable skills and the benefits of the ability … Continue reading
This clip outlines an inspiring example of experiential approaches to understanding theory and practice. The Experiential and Constructionist learning styles are student centred pedagogic methods which allow the learner to be challenged. These approaches aim to foster reflective learning and … Continue reading
In this clip Mark Fowler explains the ‘realistic’ scenarios within the field of Forensic Science. He underlines the effectiveness of an Inquiry Based Learning approach as an appropriate pedagogic method in this applied scientific field. He explains the benefits to … Continue reading
The development of High Street as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to supporting the learning in applying theoretical concepts to clinical practice.
An exploration of competence-based learning and assessment within a simulated healthcare setting: Dr Jon Waterfield
Educational research on subject contextualisation and evaluation of pedagogic approaches to professional practice skills. Student evaluation of OSCE experience to determine student perception of identity as a learner.
The project focuses on kinaesthetic and visual learning and teaching strategies, inspired by the work of the Writing PAD network.