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active learning

More than staring at a screen: fostering creative practice and self-efficacy in distance learners

In this case study, Sonia Overall, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, presents enhancements that...

The ‘Station Rotation Model of Learning’ of Research Methods

Dr Katarina Mozova describes the station rotation model and how this has been used...

A flipped classroom approach to teaching first year students

In the video below, Tim Jones, Senior Lecturer in TV Production, explains why he...

Strategies to embed graduate skills in an undergraduate programme

Dr Sara Wolfson, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History (School of Humanities) has been...
Sustainability Trail

Augmented Reality Trail to Promote Student Engagement with the Sustainability Agenda

The case study consists of an Augmented Reality Trail which aimed to raise student...

HP Reveal (Aurasma): multidimensional learning through augmented reality

The application of concepts to practical scenarios or real-life contexts (or vice versa) can...

Genial.ly: Creating active visual learning resources

Genial.ly is a free online application that offers a range of interactive features, including...

SWAY: Versatile content to enhance teaching and learning

SWAY is a free online application that allows both tutors and students to generate...

Mentimeter: Interactive teaching and learning dialogues

Mentimeter is an online application that provides an interactive and visually engaging method for...

Geolocations: Experiential learning via mobile devices

Most contemporary pedagogic theories subscribe to the idea that students learn more effectively, at...
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