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Rachel reflects on the barriers to learning challenging language and use of knowledge in the stressful profession of Midwifery. She discusses the use of Experiential Learning in a safe environment in developing student progress over Thresholds to enable Transformative learning. … 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
This is a clip reflecting on the way to make a lecture more effective for students. Jess discusses how to promote an interaction and engagement with students in a large lecture environment. For example she looks as scaffolding knowledge and … 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
This presentation will explain the rationale behind the level 5 module “Politics in Action”. It will focus especially on the value of reflection as a tool to support students to evaluate, develop, and enhance their employability.
Helen outlines how she has used blended –learning in her field of Pattern Cutting to enhance the students learning more effectively. She uses Blackboard to have recorded tutorials, uploads auditory, written and visual resources for students use. The students use … Continue reading