As challenging as the pandemic has been, it has provided the opportunity to think about things differently. Our last blog explored authentic learning in the curriculum – what it is, why it matters, and some … Continue reading
This map has been designed to make it easier for students and staff to find units that include elements of authentic learning. It includes everything from integrated assessment to real-world relevance, so please click around … Continue reading
‘Real-world’, or ‘authentic’ learning are terms you are probably familiar with by now. This approach is a key feature of the curriculum framework, and one on which BILT have already shared a lot of … Continue reading
‘And that’s a wrap…’
just sitting here, I ain’t saying much I just think
And my eyes don’t move left or right they just blink”
I thought I’d start my 11th and final … Continue reading
Have you ever attended an event and just thought ‘I wish more people were here to hear this’? That is exactly how I felt all afternoon whilst attending the second Employability Exchange event on Wednesday … Continue reading
So before we go any further, a serious health warning, if you are the sort of person who feels the need to reach for the sick bucket whenever you hear self-congratulation then you … Continue reading
Amy Palmer, Toby Roberts and Marnie Woodmeade all visited James Norman’s ‘The Office’ project and have shared their experiences below.
I’d been looking forward to visiting James’ ‘Just Timber’ office since before … Continue reading
‘A reading week special’
Depending on when you are reading this it is either reading week, or it is the Friday before reading week. Either way happy reading week*.
Now I don’t know what your … Continue reading