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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 Teaching Innovation Project (TIP) focused on the use of academic learning support for the DMU students. It looked into the success of online services in the form of CLaSS and MLU and found that was used by a diverse … Continue reading
This clip examines the different ways students learn the use of ‘realistic’ simulations and the concepts of gamification which largely suits the current world the students experience. Using simulations is seen as engaging and motivational for students in gaining new … Continue reading
In this clip Ros Lishman explains assessment via e-portfolio development for Housing practitioners. Descriptive and reflective writing skills progress with on-line interaction with tutors. She emphasises the importance of the use of transferable skills and the benefits of the ability … Continue reading
The development of High Street as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to supporting the learning in applying theoretical concepts to clinical practice.
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.