Given its importance, encouraging and facilitating career thinking authentically within the curriculum is the focus of this final post in ...
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Engaged Learning involves students working with an external organisation on a real-world problem, as part of the curriculum. ...
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Opportunities to apply learning to real-world contexts and challenges help to prepare students for life and work beyond university. ...
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While for some students reflecting on their skills and thinking ahead will come naturally, others need more help and encouragement. ...
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In our first blog post in this ‘Employability in the Curriculum’ series, we introduced you to the concept of employability ...
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Many of us in the Careers Service have been participating in BILT’s fantastic Digital Design course over the past few ...
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'And that's a wrap...' “I'm just sitting here, I ain't saying much I just think And my eyes don't move ...
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Emerging Engineers So before we go any further, a serious health warning, if you are the sort of person who ...
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Amy Palmer, Toby Roberts and Marnie Woodmeade all visited James Norman's 'The Office' project and have shared their experiences below. ...
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'Funding' This week in my blog I would like to talk about funding. How have I funded my office project? ...
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'Space... ' At some point in Spring 2018 I went for an interview to be a BILT Fellow in Assessment ...
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Check out this snippet of conversation our Student Fellow Zoe Backhouse recorded with a fellow fourth year Liberal Arts student ...
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Our first teaching story was written by Dr James Norman, BILT Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering. For ...
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Photo from Chris Adam's Education Excellence Seminar
Chris Adams is a teaching fellow and first-year coordinator in the School of Chemistry at the University of Bristol, where ...
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