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Teaching anatomy to engineering students using state-of-the-art anatomical software

Professor Tom Joyce  School of Engineering Science, Agriculture and Engineering What did you do? Newcastle University’s School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering used a combination of Primal Pictures anatomical software, bespoke teaching materials and peer to peer learning within the Bioengineering module. This allowed Bioengineering students to quickly construct an understanding of anatomical principles which Read more about Teaching anatomy to engineering students using state-of-the-art anatomical software[…]

FLUX for maths, computing and languages

Dr Phil Ansell, Senior Lecturer, DELT and Dean of Sport School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics Science, Agriculture and Engineering What did you do? FLUX event for Mathematics & Statistics, Modern Languages and Computing Science students Who is involved? Dr Phil Ansell (Maths & Stats), Jean-Christophe Penet (SML), Steve Riddle (Computing), Dawn Weatherston (Careers Service) Read more about FLUX for maths, computing and languages[…]

Teaching psychological research methods through a pragmatic and programmatic approach

Dr Patrick Rosenkranz, Senior Lecturer School of Psychology Medical Sciences What did you do? We took an action research approach to re-design, implement and evaluate a module guiding students through a programmatic and pragmatic research cycle. These revisions allowed for a move away from tutor-led, direct instruction and built in more opportunities for collaborative and Read more about Teaching psychological research methods through a pragmatic and programmatic approach[…]