Tag Archives: Innovative projects

Virtual Learning Environment ‘HIGH STREET’: Dr Abigail Moriarty

The development of High Street as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to supporting the learning in applying theoretical concepts to clinical practice.

Posted in A1 - Design and plan programmes of study, A2 - Teaching and learning activities, Student and teacher support, A4 - Effective learning environments, K1 - The subject matter, K2 - Appropriate pedagogic methods for subject, K3 - How students learn, K4 - Appropriate use of technology in learning, K6 - Quality assurance, Quality enhancement of teaching, V1 - Recognition of individual learner needs, V4 - Wider context of HE and professional practice | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Virtual Learning Environment ‘HIGH STREET’: Dr Abigail Moriarty

Visual Learners: Kaye Towlson

This project identified and trialed selected pedagogic techniques aimed at enabling visual learners to engage with predominantly textual material and subjects. Techniques included classroom environment, information delivery, use of knowledge /material, and assessment format. They were explored through extra curricula … Continue reading

Posted in A2 - Teaching and learning activities, Student and teacher support, A4 - Effective learning environments, K2 - Appropriate pedagogic methods for subject | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Visual Learners: Kaye Towlson

Using Screen Capture Videos to Improve Student Learning: Matthew Dean

The work examines how recording lessons may benefit student learning. Also explored are staff attitudes and other benefits to using the approach.

Posted in A2 - Teaching and learning activities, Student and teacher support, A4 - Effective learning environments, K3 - How students learn, K4 - Appropriate use of technology in learning, Student support and guidance, V1 - Recognition of individual learner needs, V2 - Equal opportunities, Access to HE | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Using Screen Capture Videos to Improve Student Learning: Matthew Dean