Tag Archives: Work based scenarios

Students organising the Cultural Exchanges Festival: Tony Graves

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.

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Virtual Scenarios and Inquiry Based Learning: Mark Fowler

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

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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.

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