Kevin Arbuckle Session 21st March 2019 – Park Campus

The 3rd year practical on simulation techniques in macroevolutionary biology presents an example of integrating new knowledge and skills from the practical (and also across the module) into a concise assessment that encourages creativity and analytical thinking in addition to core skills such as concise scientific writing. The first hour or so is the introductory lecture which sets out …

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GETTING ACTIVE!

Why teach like this when learning is like this?

By Rhian Ellis, Academic Developer, SALT. Active Learning in Higher Education    This blog is about active learning and its growing importance in Higher Education. It’s also a great opportunity to offer my insight from the SALT ‘7Cs’ January workshop led by Dr. Patricia Xavier from Swansea University’s College of Engineering, ‘Dynamism, conversation…

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Jo Hudson Session 10th May 2019 – Bay Campus

Seminar / Workshop – This session will be a VR (Virtual Reality) workshop – as much as possible – on muscle dismorphia. It was done with case studies last year (and previously) but has just had some new VR content devised, so this will be a bit of a mix of VR and case study – kit allowing. This will be the first time this session …

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Jo Hudson Session 9th May 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone else’s module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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Jo Hudson Session 11th April 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone else’s module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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Jo Hudson Session 4th April 2019 – Bay Campus

Flipped lecture session with much of the content being delivered online before the session. This session is part of Jo’s contribution to someone elses module, so the students are used to someone else delivering. It is the time and stage of the year when the students and circumstances can be challenging, quite often with the students potentially disengaged …

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