The Bristol Curriculum Framework inspires us to create space for our students to work on real world problems, reflect on ...
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Guest blog from Professor Bridget Anderson and Emma Newcombe This time in 2019 we at Migration Mobilities Bristol (MMB), one ...
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Beyond the immediate impact on people’s lives and livelihoods, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has caused a great deal of disruption in ...
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A few months ago, I wrote a blogpost on urban spaces and the concept of the civic university. This topic ...
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We've established a network of Digital Champions to support you in the transition to blended education. There are Digital Champions ...
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In these ‘unprecedented times’ (yes, I said it) one thing at least is certain...like it or loath it, online teaching ...
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Adding game design and mechanics to your online content can make it more engaging, motivational and enjoyable. Online educational content ...
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Chinese higher education institutions are ahead of the rest of the world in adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic, testing new ...
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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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So, I will be honest, I have been dwelling on this blog idea for a while now, and the reason ...
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With Christmas over, I’ve been looking over my timetable to see what the next teaching block has in store for ...
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A few weeks ago I was asked to give a 5 minute presentation on ‘The Office’. I have re-recorded here. ...
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'And that's a wrap...' “I'm just sitting here, I ain't saying much I just think And my eyes don't move ...
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Work-Life Balance So this is the penultimate episode of The Office! As we draw towards the seasons finale I want ...
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A Teaching Innovation Grant was awarded to Emma Love for 2018/19 for a project looking into support for graduates on ...
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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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Last week, two of our student fellows, Marnie & Toby, went for a ‘school trip’ to Langford to visit the ...
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Emerging Engineers So before we go any further, a serious health warning, if you are the sort of person who ...
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A 2018/19 Teaching Innovation Grant was awarded to Alison Catterall, Rachel Christopher, Sam Brown, Sarah Baillie, the Clinical Skills Lab ...
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Amy Palmer, Toby Roberts and Marnie Woodmeade all visited James Norman's 'The Office' project and have shared their experiences below. ...
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'A reading week special’ Depending on when you are reading this it is either reading week, or it is the ...
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For some students, their teaching assistants are the biggest source of contact time at University. They co-run our labs, co-deliver ...
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'Funding' This week in my blog I would like to talk about funding. How have I funded my office project? ...
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Who doesn’t like an adventure, a dive into the unknown, an unexpected challenge and the possibility of transforming who you ...
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