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Financial Reporting and Analysis EFIMM0030 Unit information This is a mandatory unit on the Finance and Investment MSc programme, with a cohort size of 176 in 2021/22. In focusing on ...
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Banking EFIM20032 The Practice The Banking unit is an optional Year 2 and 3 unit for various undergraduate programmes in the Business School, with approximately 80 students in 2021/22. Formative ...
School of Anatomy. Faculty of Health Sciences. Decolonising the curriculum is a process which requires commitment and time. Starting the process can be daunting specially in STEMM subjects as examples ...
We are delighted to share nine new education for sustainability case studies from a range of faculties and schools across the University. Do you have a case study to share? ...
Read the full series Unit name: Climate Emergency. New third year unit taught for the first time in 20/21. What is the unit and what does it cover?   The unit ...
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Read the full series Programme name: PGCE What is the program (PGCE) and what does it cover?  PGCE, or Postgraduate Certificate in Education, is a postgraduate secondary teacher training course. ...
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Read the full series Focus: How the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are embedded in teaching. How is sustainability included in it? How did you decide what was appropriate?  We ...
A Case Study on developing practical engineering skills through self-direct exploration. Dr Francesco Fornetti explains how home lab kits and simulation tools can help spark curiosity and exploration among engineering ...
A case study exploring the use of online practical labs, including live broadcasts, interactive online experiments, and post-lab quizzes. ...
A case study describing collaboration, pedagogy and design of the Sustainable Development optional unit, an interdisciplinary blended learning 20cp unit taken by up to 300 students a year. ...
The challenges and recommendations for moving to online exams . ...
A short video interview with Prof. Alvin Birdi and Prof. Kate Whittington about assessment integrity and design. ...
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A reflection on current events for Researchfish and UKRI, and how this can be used as a cross-disciplinary case study of research ethics and practice nationally. ...
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A discussion of issues facing teaching staff looking to introduce or expand research-rich curriculum, how we can limit our ambitions, the role of intersectionality, and the interplay of research culture ...
In secondary schools in England at the moment, students are preparing for public examinations which may represent the final assessment adaptations to Covid-19.   Undergraduates who have studied in the UK ...
Three years ago, veterinary anatomy lecturer Julie Dickson applied for a Discretionary Seedcorn Funding to kick off a student-run Anatomy Club in the Vet School. A student committee was set ...
Three Bristol students discuss why ethics are important to research, what’s most challenging about research ethics, and what the university can do to support students undertaking research. ...
Students in the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies have the opportunity to work with a real NGO on a business planning activity.  The units have been developed and supported with ...
A case study poster from BILT Associate Bex Pike on the Feedback Cafe established in the School of Biological Sciences. ...
Dr Rabeya Khatoon, Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics goes through each step of setting up Turnitin PeerMark. More content can be found on the BILT video site ...
Dr Rabeya Khatoon Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics presents her experience of Flipped classes with peer marking. Rabeya has also produced an instructional video for Turnitin PeerMark More ...
Dr Joel Ross, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, talking about his experiences during the 'Reflections on Hybrid Teaching' workshop. ...
Robin Shields, Professor of Education in the School of Education, talks about his experiences during the 'Reflections on Hybrid Teaching' workshop. More content can be found on the BILT video site ...
Read the whole series. It might seem obvious that people participating in research must agree to participate. This is what we call ‘informed consent’, where a participant is told of ...