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No matter the discipline, educators can employ gamified pedagogical perspectives and methodologies to embrace new ways of engaging students, challenging them to apply their learning in unexpected ways. ...
The creation of a free online course on Future Learn ‘Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship’ that will be part of the Bristol Futures portfolio. ...
This AdvanceHE webinar was chaired by Patrick Baughan with presenters David Carless, Jess Moody and Jess Stokes discussing different aspects. The format of the webinar was that each presenter gave ...
Last week we hosted the third of our Digital Accessibility events, this time with Dafydd Henke-Reed, Senior Accessibility Consultant with AbilityNet. Dafydd has been diagnosed with Autism and Dyslexia and ...
Introduction and ideas on how to use Experiential Learning as a teaching and learning approach. ...
Resources and reflections on the ABC Learning Design approach. ...
Outline of the ABC Learning Design approach to Curriculum Planning. ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and programme director for Civil Engineering. Today I continue my physical journey into the research of space as I ...
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 ...
Professor Daniels presented an account of AHRC sponsored research that sought to address the need for learning environments to better respond to changing needs of curriculum and pedagogy. I am ...
The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer. In 2012, the University of Northampton decided to embark on a challenge that would set them apart from ...
Overview of discussions of examples of game based approaches to teaching ...
The following blog was written by James Norman, a Senior Teaching Fellow and a BILT Fellow since September 2018.  For centuries universities have taught in lecture theatres. But the lecture ...