1. Start with an activity. Engage students from the beginning by asking them to write a question they’d like to ...
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Have you ever attended an event and just thought ‘I wish more people were here to hear this’? That is ...
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Since the Summer BILT Hackathon, I’ve been thinking about the concept of the ‘familiar stranger’ and what we can do ...
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Yesterday, after an excruciating three-week wait, it was the Education Services Charity Bake Off Final. I had made it through ...
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The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. About a year ...
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Surely a 2:1 by any other name would be as sweet? Numerical grading of assessments is something that has bothered ...
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The third Learning Games event took place against a backdrop of thundery showers in the Victoria Rooms on Wednesday 8th ...
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The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer. Since the launch of BILT in 2017, the ...
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The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer.  In November 2018, I joined my first Dungeons ...
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The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering.  It’s strange ...
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The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer.  Studies have shown there is a strong correlation ...
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This article was written by Sofia Doyle, our contributing student author.  As Teaching Block 2 comes to an end and ...
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Andrew Doherty discusses his use of unusual teaching tools in his anatomy undergraduate classes and their impact on learning. ...
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Provision of timely, detailed feedback is important for student learning (1), yet can be challenging to achieve in practice. Technology ...
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Sven Friedemann tells us about the videos he developed for his 4th Year Physics students to help them understand complex ...
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