With Dr Cees van der Land, Dr Sanem Acikalin & Dr Mark Ireland Newcastle University School of Natural and Earth Sciences Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering What did you do? For our Earth Science students we developed a range of VFTs during which they learn to analyse and map the rock strata. We used Read more about Bringing the rocks into your house, virtual fieldtrips (VFT)[…]
This collaborative project supported instructor’s adoption of the Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) framework to help structure and communicate their assessments.
A successful example of collaborative working, this design sprint approach resulted in some excellent ideas and inspired some new approaches to engaging students.
Dr David Grundy used Panopto (ReCap) Analytics to inform changes and alterations to teaching approaches and activities for Executive MBA students.
Leadership Development & Organisation Futures Team (LDOF) Newcastle University Business School Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Who was involved? Leadership Development and Organisation Futures (LDOF) Team: Dr Joanne James (Director), Dr Nicola Patterson (DPD Strategic Leadership MSc), Dr Amy Stabler (DPD Coaching & Mentoring MSc), Dr Jenny Davison (DPD Executive MBA), Dr Sandra Corlett Read more about Learner-Centred Curriculum Design using the ABC Method[…]
Leadership Development & Organisation Futures Team (LDOF) Newcastle University Business School Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences What did you do? We applied the Digital Residency framework to the design and development of the online spaces for learners on the Executive Education Programmes, creating learning activities and resources that support a continuum of engagement across Read more about Developing Digital Residency for Executive Education Learners[…]
Professor David Rose shares how he made the most of the opportunities that online learning can bring when developing his modules for 2020/21. A clear structure and variety of learning materials has led to positive feedback from students.
Here’s how the library successfully translated present in person teaching to online delivery using Canvas Quizzes and LibWizard.
Around 25 face to face lectures and a further 12 to 15 tutorial sessions were condensed down to just seven live sessions. This was a golden opportunity to flip teaching, something that was talked about and something that has been considered for some time.
Weekly online activities were produced for students to support their learning and skill development. Being aware of what the students might have been experiencing, as well as trying to support their learning through accessible and manageable content was key.