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 ...
“I tell them about where I live and why I live there. I tell them why I teach.  And I explain to them that when we combine our values with ...
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. Every year I give a lecture on the Civil Engineering unit ‘Engineering For ...
Dr James Norman is a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. Take a break Many, many years ago I gave a three hour lecture on concrete with out ...
This teaching story is submitted by Aydin Nahessi, a Reader in Manufacturing Systems and Head of Mechanical Engineering. Using name labels to make the interactions more personal In a medium ...
My unusual classroom observation This teaching story was submitted by Ksenia Shalonova , a Teaching Fellow in Engineering Mathematics. When I was pursuing a teaching career, it was common to ...
The following teaching story was submitted byu Lucy Berthoud, a Professor of Space Engineering in the School of Aerospace Engineering. Encouraging students to engage with feedback The students submit their ...
Dr James Norman is a BILT Fellow and Programme Director for Civil Engineering. A Friendly Welcome As a lecturer I am always trying to think of different ways of crossing ...
Brief blog post outlining the use of a symposium as an authentic and engaging active assessment for students on the MSc in Transfusion and Transplantation. ...
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 ...