Lots of staff have struggled with engaging their students from time to time. There are oodles of ways to address this problem, but in this blog, I want to showcase ...
Did you know that their resources are accessible to everyone at the University of Bristol? QAA membership is available for free to staff and students in a wide range of ...
After attending a presentation on Students as Partners in Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning (EDTL) by Maynooth University, I’ve been reflecting on the benefits of authentic student partnerships and how ...
keynote speakers Prof. Helen O’Sullivan (DVC and Provost at the University of Chester) and Dave White (Head of Digital Education and Academic Practice at the University of the Arts London). ...
Dr Jonathan Floyd’s recent presentation to Education Committee impressed the University’s education enthusiasts so much that a request was passed to me to get in touch and share what he ...
Details the Creative Futures open unit which explores futures studies from radically different perspectives: how designers and leaders create visions for the future and how these visions help shape more ...
Alison shares her experience of helping set up a journal club with her students during lockdown, which led to her being nominated for a Bristol Teaching Award. ...
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In this blog I hope to introduce you to some top tips for building communities within breakout rooms and why these might be useful! ...
Visit the Student Research Journal webpage for all issues. We are delighted to share the University of Bristol's first ever undergraduate research journal. We are so proud to celebrate the ...
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Chinese higher education institutions are ahead of the rest of the world in adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic, testing new approaches and technologies to identify the best ways to help ...
1. Start with an activity. Engage students from the beginning by asking them to write a question they’d like to be answered during the session, drawing a picture of their ...
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 ...
'And that's a wrap...' “I'm just sitting here, I ain't saying much I just think And my eyes don't move left or right they just blink” I thought I’d start ...
Published 6/11/2019 Group work is one of the most cringe-inducing terms in education and it's not without good cause. Rifts in groups over marks and who did 'the most' has ...
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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 ...
Dear reader, My name is Marnie Woodmeade, I am a fresh-faced Student Fellow working on the ‘challenge-led, authentic learning’ project. The reason I took on this project is fairly simple: ...
Hi, I’m Emily Kinder. I did my undergrad degree at Bristol but just couldn’t stay away, and now I’m back to do an MPhil in English and to work as ...
Hi, I’m Toby Roberts, and I’ll be working as a BILT Student Fellow alongside my final year as a Biology undergrad in Bristol. The project I’ll be working on is ...
Hiya kind readers, Owen here. I am in my final year of study on the Master of Liberal Arts degree programme majoring in Philosophy and minoring in History. I recently ...
Blog post describing the development of the game "Microbial Pursuit" to aid student learning ...
This week saw the start of our student hackathon, kicking off with two days of training and practice in digital storytelling, leading up to a showcase of the students’ own ...
Blog post detailing the development of a picture card game "Histo-link" to solidify knowledge about histology ...
Overview of discussions of examples of game based approaches to teaching. ...
Jez Conolly is the Head of Student Engagement for Library Services at the university. See below to listen to the full interview or check out the text for the best ...