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Case study reflecting on a final year engineering unit focused on developing employability skills. ...
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Case study reflecting on a first year unit focused on developing employability skills for Accounting and Finance students ...
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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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Case study reflecting on Bristol Law Clinic, enabling law students to engage with the 'law in action' . ...
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Case study reflecting on a masters unit focused on developing employability and sustainability skills for marketing students ...
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Case study reflecting on a second year unit focused on developing employability skills for Computer Science 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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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 on how research-led teaching can be delivered online. ...
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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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Explanation of the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) initiative to supplement taught sessions with student led active learning sessions. ...
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Blog series 'The Office' - find out how James Norman created his own 'company', complete with its own office space in order to teach his Timber Engineering unit. Students worked on real briefs and projects as 'employees' throughout this authentic and unique learning experience. ...
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Outline of the use of 'Maths Cafes' as an informal opportunity for students to seek peer support on academic work, to supplement delivered sessions. ...
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Ideas on how to embed failure as a means of learning. ...
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Blog post describing the development of the game "Microbial Pursuit" to aid student learning ...
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Blog post detailing the development of a picture card game "Histo-link" to solidify knowledge about histology ...
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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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Photo from Chris Adam's Education Excellence Seminar
Discussing the use of Near-peer learning to support student learning, engagement between year groups and development of transferable skills. ...
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Interview with Michaela Borg (Nottingham Trent University) discussing an enquiry based active learning approach called SCALE-UP to support student engagement, attendance and attainment. ...
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Two students recording using a video camera and boom microphone
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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A presentation of a project that created a students research conference as a formative and summative assessment tool to generate engagement and enhance student learning. ...
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A PowerPoint showing the re-design of materials and session to include weekly tests and problem based active group work. ...
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Redesign of first year curriculum for the Neuroscience programme, inclusion of a range fo active learning approaches and workshops to embed student learning, autonomy and systhesis of their own knowledge. Student engagment in these hands on activities was good, to the extent that some online ...
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