Professor Helen Pask, happy to have students back on campus, outlines how Physics units employ contextual learning for non-Physics majors. She reflects on moving teaching wholly online in session 1: some changes have been short-term but others will continue.
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...
In this article, we share some of the creative efforts of three departments and individuals within the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Human Sciences.
The game-based approach adopted by Marina in Pharmacology tutorials ensures that students are actively engaged and motivated learners and receive regular feedback on their learning as part of the learning activity.
What is DDI? As universities seek to refresh their courses in order to deliver a curriculum that is responsive to the evolving nature and needs of the community, the process of curriculum renewal itself has become an increasingly researched topic. One such methodology for curriculum renewal – Design, Develop, Implement...
Integrating transferable enterprise skills into units by using MQIDEA to really boost student employability after graduation: find out more!
Educators can use gamification to keep students motivated when delivering potentially dry content: check out Amanda's academic integrity boardgame!