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Case study reflecting on a first year unit involving real-world research for second year Geographical Sciences students. ...
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This case study shares an approach to 'authentic' learning using an example from a unit I direct for first-year Innovation students at the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (the Centre). My teaching approach is participatory, student-led, and grounded in principles of inclusion, civic engagement, and ...
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BILT Student Fellow Jonny Barnes, interviews Veterinary student Ellie Best about her experiences of research-based assessments. ...
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BILT Student Fellow Jonny Barnes, interviews Alexia Kirov (MA Medieval Studies) about her experiences of research-based assessments. ...
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James details ways of giving feedback in an authentic context - I have been dwelling on the idea of Authentic Learning for a very long time now, probably as far back as 2003 when I started teaching, having worked for a few years as a ...
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Blog post and poster for a project looking into support for graduates on the Accelerated Graduate Entry Programme (AGEP), specifically looking at the impact physical and digital space had on learning. ...
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Examples of how the Clinical skills lab at Langford utilies 'Authentic, problem based learning. ...
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Two cows at the gate
Brief outline of the use of a clinical skills lab as an active learning space. ...
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Discussion with examples of how to embed interdisciplinary teaching into the curriculum. ...
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Description of a open workshop that used artefacts for the University of Bristol Theatre Collection to stimulate creativity and collaborative writing activity. ...
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Image of the outside of Dolberry Building in Langford Campus
Research project & toolkit that investigated having to improve feedback and feedforward practices for students, in particular those on programmes with significant work-based placement learning. ...
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label on pile of rubble and rocks
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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