Category: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences

From the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences.

When sharing isn’t caring

How Linguistics is educating students about the perils of document-sharing sites.

/ 6 April, 2022

Spotlight on practice: Filling condoms with frozen peas … and other ideas for learning – Kelly Gray 

Kelly Gray (Health Sciences) has invested hours experimenting with synchronous and asynchronous activities to find out what works for her students' learning.

/ 9 March, 2022
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How to turn student oral presentations into video assignment submissions

This article shares two different examples of oral presentations converted into video submissions from the Linguistics Department, FMHHS.

/ 16 September, 2021

Mindful Mentoring

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...

/ 16 April, 2021

Award-winning trifecta!

Congratulations to our award winning educators, Professor Matt Bower, Associate Professor Tiffany Jones and Alexandra Bhatti.

/ 25 February, 2021

Collective efficacy: An example of how to improve the student experience

When teams of educators believe they can make a difference, exciting things can happen to student learning. Read on to find out about the process used by the Master of Clinical Audiology team to improve the student experience.

/ 17 December, 2020

Learning design that fosters student engagement and autonomy

Leveraging the affordances of technology readily available in iLearn, a team of Convenors and Lecturers on a Linguistics Unit, developed a series of tasks to simulate the face-to-face experience of micro-teaching. The learning design changes had numerous positive outcomes, including...

/ 20 August, 2020

Departments rising to the challenges and opportunities created by Covid-19 travel restrictions

In this article, we share some of the creative efforts of three departments and individuals within the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Human Sciences.

/ 15 May, 2020
Celebrating graduation in isolation

Celebrating graduation in absentia in the era of Covid-19

This personal graduation account is a wonderful example of the ingenuity and resilience our graduates have demonstrated during this extraordinary time. It is highly likely that similar celebrations and reflections have been repeated across the globe as students adjust to...

/ 29 April, 2020