Melissa Reed and Philip Chappell (Linguistics) explain their strategy for encouraging deep learning in a flipped classroom.
Jo Paparo (Psychological Sciences) shares lessons learned in managing a large teaching team (now that she's over the shock).
Dr Josephine Chau (Health Sciences) researched possible solutions to the challenge of teaching synchronously in-person and online. Here are her findings.
It's Josh Fitzgerald's 'infectious' enthusiasm, care for his students, and (in his words) bad jokes, that are at the base of his commitment to transformative learning for Chiropractic students.
According to her students, it's Professor Anina Rich's research into attention and information processing, combined with her passion for teaching that have made her a 'brilliant convenor and lecturer'.
Kelly Gray (Health Sciences) has invested hours experimenting with synchronous and asynchronous activities to find out what works for her students' learning.
This article shares two different examples of oral presentations converted into video submissions from the Linguistics Department, FMHHS.
Mentoring is as much about counseling as it is transferring knowledge and leadership skills. Mem Mahmut's peer nominations for a Faculty 'Mentor Award' are evidence of his status as a positive role model to improve the confidence and capability of...