Susan Kenyon discusses how a new method of teaching, adapted from Engineering education, enabled her Politics and International Relations students to achieve a 100% first-time pass rate, across three cohorts. She […]
A student-led evaluation of online learning
The Covid pandemic drove learning online across all Higher Education Institutions in the UK. This blog describes how, by working with students as co-researchers and partners in learning, we can ensure that our online offer meets […]
Creating an online ‘coaching company’ to overcome the absence of placements due to Covid-19 in Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
Placements are a fundamental and popular element of the BSc Sport Coaching Science. At Level 5, students take the 20 credit ‘The sport coach in action’ module, which requires them […]
Peer-feedback and Turnitin
This case study reflects on the use of peer-feedback in first year Research Skills module of the BA (Hons) Media and Communications, and considers the introduction of the Turnitin PeerMark tool to facilitate this activity in the classroom.
This case study describes how authentic assessment in Politics enhanced student attainment, engagement and well-being.
‘Simple, structured and varied’: Blended Learning for Level 4 students within the Sports, Exercise and Fitness module
This case study describes how we moved the Sports, Exercise and Fitness module to blended learning, with a particular focus on how we designed the online element – and why.