We would love to hear from you if you think you could help us with a case study that highlighted any aspect of innovative teaching and learning. Have you used a different method of teaching with your students ? Maybe a piece of technology or mobile device ? Have you done something that’s different from the norm ? Did your students love it ? Did they hate it ?!
We are also looking for case studies that highlight inclusivity in the curriculum. Have you taught any students with disabilities ? What did you do in the way of reasonable adjustments for them ? Did you change your teaching in any way ? Did it benefit the rest of the student group ?
We will come and talk to you about what you have done and then we’ll write the case study up for you (you will get final approval) and a team of librarians will work on a literature search to accompany it. We will then publish it on the SALT website and we may even feature it in a forthcoming SALT Newsletter.
If you would like to contribute, then please contact us using any of the methods listed here on our “Contact us” page.
The SALT case studies are currently held on our resources Wiki, which is a separate site. Please click the link below, or the image above, to open the Wiki in a new window.