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The SALT Conference 2017 was yesterday and we’re still on a high after the excellent range of posters, presentation and workshops. We’re encouraging you whether you participated, presented or Chaired a session to reflect on the sessions you were at and identify how your practice might be changed? What new learning did you gain? What will you do differently in the coming year? What one thing will you have a go at? Will you tell us how you did, so we can build up our Case studies?
Here’s Louise Rees’ reflection (using the simple Add New>Reflection template in Pebblepad) on attending the two sessions by Helen Hodges (@hodges_hr, Abstract on using Kipling) and Pete King (@SU_MACS_MADATP, Playfulness Abstract) outlining how the learning environment has been adjusted to be more active and student engaging by involving ‘games’ and ‘playfulness’ .