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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
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.
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.
To develop a mobile educational app to improve student engagement and open sustainable resources.
To evaluate tablet use in a variety of pedagogic settings.
The work examines how recording lessons may benefit student learning. Also explored are staff attitudes and other benefits to using the approach.
To investigate the relationship between dance students’ emotional intelligence, autonomy and their engagement with feedback.