Case study reflecting on a final year engineering unit focused on developing employability skills. ...
Case study reflecting on a second year unit focused on developing employability skills for Computer Science students. ...
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Francesco Fornetti, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has been shortlisted for the Inspiring and Innovative Teaching Award for the Faculty of Engineering, with multiple ...
Faculty of Engineering Team members: Greg Richards, Ellen Gingell, Matthew Richardson, Richard Walker, Enea Colleoni, James Filbin, Jonathan Rose, Luke Woodbury, Daryl White, Jude Bramton "...have done an incredible job ...
Faculty of Engineering, School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Team members: Alan Champneys, Mark Gilbertson, Jeff Barrie, Joel Ross, Becky Selwyn, Mark Schenk, Dorian Jones, Matthew Peel, Lucy Berthoud, ...
Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering "Despite the difficulties of online learning it is clear that she really cares about her students and wants ...
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering "Dr. Fornetti has taken advantage of all the opportunities offered by online learning and used them to provide an ...
Teaching Associate, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Aerospace Engineering "...his clear explanations in lectures and brilliant notes have been absolutely invaluable." "Very innovative lectures based upon exciting and recent research" ...
James Norman, Associate Professor in Sustainable Design, Department of Civil Engineering. It is 14:16 on Friday afternoon of week 24. The large pile of marking has moved off the horizon ...
Alan talks about his history of teaching and adapting to the pandemic with a focus on assessment. ...
Video interview discussing inclusivity within Steve's practice in the Department of Aerospace Engineering. ...
In this video case study Tom Hill outlines some of the benefits of teaching students online including the ability to engage students using interactive polling. ...
The walls of Hermes' office were covered in beautiful art - which we later found out had been painted by his dad. It was a lovely space to be in ...
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 ...
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 ...
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'Space... ' At some point in Spring 2018 I went for an interview to be a BILT Fellow in Assessment and Feedback. All went well and I was offered a ...
The Office opens for business (learning) Last Thursday evening as I sat on the train heading home I reflected on my day. It had been a variety of things, exhausting, ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. About a year or so ago I was invited to give a very ...
Learning about the geometry and kinematics of bodies and their trajectories through space (or ‘astrodynamics’) is challenging due to its three-dimensional nature. To address this, the University of Bristol have ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering.  It’s strange how a number of unconnected events can form an idea ...
Our first teaching story was written by Dr James Norman, BILT Fellow and Senior Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering. For many years I worked as a practicing engineer. One of ...
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. ...