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Case study reflecting on a second year unit focused on developing employability skills for Anthropology & Archaeology students ...
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Paul talks about getting into teaching but also the development of ChemLabs and other online tools to engage students. ...
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Alan talks about his history of teaching and adapting to the pandemic with a focus on assessment. ...
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Professor Tansy Jessop (Pro Vice-Chancellor Education) speaks to Professor Paul Wyatt about a range of blended learning techniques used to keep students engaged. ...
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The creation of a free online course on Future Learn ‘Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship’ that will be part of the Bristol Futures portfolio. ...
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Discussing the redesign of the third-year optional psychology unit on ‘Drug Use and Addiction’ online, where they take the opportunity to completely overhaul the course and update pedagogy. ...
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Explore this range of film-making resources include film-making guides, a film making log sheet and storyboard template. This resource is suitable for staff and student use. ...
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Video case study exploring how to transform practical activities for an online learning environment. ...
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Video interview discussing inclusivity within Steve's practice in the Department of Aerospace Engineering. ...
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Video interview discussing inclusivity within Fabienne's practice ...
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Video case study exploring exam strategy sessions for final year students. ...
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Video case study exploring ways to teach technical and mathematical material online. ...
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Video case study outlining how remote flexible learning has been delivered on the MSc Public Health programme during the COVID-19 pandemic ...
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In this video case study Tom Hill outlines some of the benefits of teaching students online including the ability to engage students using interactive polling. ...
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Video case study on how research-led teaching can be delivered online. ...
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This short video case study provides guidance on moving practical/lab based sessions online ...
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Video case study outlining some of the challenges of teaching computer practicals online and the implications this has for student learning experiences. ...
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Looking at the use of podcasts as a form of assessment, the resource includes a practical guide to creating podcasts with links to tutorials and suggested equipment. ...
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Podcast with guests Alvin Birdi and Christian Spielmann from the School of Economics exploring the use of podcasts as a teaching tool. ...
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Development of a guide to creating video for assessments. Utilisation of the guide to support students in creating and using video as a novel assessment method. The team outline how they formulated and assessed students with this approach. ...
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Brief blog post discussing a project that introduced the use of digital tablets for field-based data collection and mapping, to enhance students self-efficacy of this fundamental skills for earth science students and graduates. ...
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Review of a trial of GradeMark in Turintin as an electronic managment of assessment tool. The post summaries findings from a study conducted whereby the views of students and staff where obtained following the use of the tool ...
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Using academic created video recordings of complex derivations to support students learning and engagement in sessions. Offering a blended approach to delivery to support students. ...
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