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Category Archives: K5 – Evaluation of teaching effectiveness
Avril and Louise explained the reasons for and benefits to students learning for the development of academic skills. After evaluation of student feedback and communications they decided to develop a conference with a variety of skills for academic success, whereby … Continue reading
Dr Ward reflects on the challenges of teaching a subject that students do not immediately see as relevant to their chosen path of study and future profession in Pharmacy. Being mindful of the diverse student group and the diverse client … Continue reading
Dialogues of communication between the teacher and student have been enhanced via the e Grids used within Matthew’s courses. This on-line method enables students to receive faster formative assessment feedback and encourages greater reflection and communication on progress. It enables … Continue reading
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.
To investigate the relationship between dance students’ emotional intelligence, autonomy and their engagement with feedback.