Archaeology students submit an formative piece, “What will I get from my degree?” near the start of Semester 1. Find out more from Dr James Gerrard in this Case Study.
Dr James Gerrard used formative tests with postgraduate students which helps to encourage engagement with resources and contributes to better summative assessment grades.
The ‘You are what you make’ Archaeology module uses a mix of online videos and physically engaging practical activities to create an effective and engaging learning environment.
“Will robots replace teachers in the future? Discuss” Dr James Stanfield uses blogs to encourage MA students to answer this and other big questions. This case study outlines how he does this and what the outcomes are.
A 6 week MOOC that has been accessed in over 125 nations. Professor Ian Haynes highlights how collaborative working has helped ensure success as well as giving an overview of some of the teaching and learning lessons that can be applied more widely.
Alison Clapp from the Faculty of Medical Sciences developed an academic skills development module for online masters students. You can take a look at the module and find out more about how and why she developed this.
This online module is aimed at teaching staff with little experience of teaching online, providing information about pedagogy, technology and helpful reminders all in one place.
Service users work with staff and students on the Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Find out more about the contributions they make to this course.
Dr Philip Garrett has introduced a series of podcasts for all students on the ‘A Survey History of Japan’ module. You can listen to a section of one of the podcasts for some inspiration.
Dr Elizabeth Evans describes how she uses real world scenarios to engage students and to help them to put theory and research into practice. She uses interactive seminars, OMBEA, peer support and formative assessment to support this process.