Case study reflecting on a first year unit involving real-world research for second year Geographical Sciences students. ...
Case study reflecting on a first year tutorials focused on developing employability skills for Chemistry students. ...
Nigel discusses recent changes to assessments for students and how he prepared students for these new approaches. ...
Case study discussion regarding Nigel's move to online open book exams. Reflecting on the process, rationale, challenges and impact of this approach. ...
Reader, Faculty of Science, School of Mathematics "Thanks to her, I've worked with various mathematicians in my research community, which has given me the confidence to pursue an academic career" ...
Lecturer in the Faculty of Science, School of Chemistry "Over the last 12 months, Rachel has developed an entirely new first year for these programmes, with the aim of teaching ...
Lecturer Faculty of Science, School of Mathematics "The way he teaches provide many of our year 1 mathematics student a kind and rigorous introduction to the subject." "Amid the pandemic, ...
Lecturer Faculty of Science, School of Geographical Sciences "...he has become both an asset and a central cog in our undergraduate teaching – providing exemplary pastoral support, innovative teaching pedagogies, ...
Lecturer, Faculty of Science, School of Geographical Sciences "In the first term, Joe organised a walk around Bristol oriented around the book 'Weird Bristol' (when groups of 6 were allowed), ...
Paul talks about getting into teaching but also the development of ChemLabs and other online tools to engage students. ...
Video case study outlining some of the challenges of teaching computer practicals online and the implications this has for student learning experiences. ...
Blog post and poster for a project looking into support for graduates on the Accelerated Graduate Entry Programme (AGEP), specifically looking at the impact physical and digital space had on ...
wooden clocks overlapping
Brief outline and introduction to Team-based learning. ...
open book and cup of coffee on a desk
Brief outline of strategic approaches to help student learning. ...
Photo from Chris Adam's Education Excellence Seminar
Discussing the use of Near-peer learning to support student learning, engagement between year groups and development of transferable skills. ...
Three children looking at a test tube and beaker in a laboratory
A project that engaged students in real life scientific investigation and field work, to develop scientific report writing and data handling. In addition it benefitted students in developing transferable skills ...
label on pile of rubble and rocks
Brief blog post discussing a project that introduced the use of digital tablets for field-based data collection and mapping, to enhance students self-efficacy of this fundamental skills for earth science ...