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Valeria reflects on her own transition from researcher to teacher of Politics. She has embedded the pedagogic method of Inquiry Based Learning into her teaching. This enables her to develop a research informed approach to an academic subject, allowing the … Continue reading
The speaker will outline how the experience of organising this annual festival equips Arts and Festivals Management students with practical skills that translate directly into enhancing their employability within the sector.
In this clip Nikki discusses the transformation of the student learning experience through the use of simulated practice and reflective self and peer assessment. She uses simulations to integrate theory and practice, and skills can be developed in a safe … Continue reading
Jackie outlines how she supports and assesses the newly qualified Social Workers as they work. (ASYE) The Distance learning resources are all on Blackboard, with the underpinning pedagogic theory of Gibbs and his extended learning cycle which included feelings. It … Continue reading
This is useful resource as Alasdair Blair clearly identifies how he successfully covers the UKPSF criteria in terms: of initiating programme changes; placing student needs at the centre of these changes; using appropriate technology as a tool; using scholarly support … 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
The development of High Street as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to supporting the learning in applying theoretical concepts to clinical practice.
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
The project focuses on kinaesthetic and visual learning and teaching strategies, inspired by the work of the Writing PAD network.