Dr Jessica Komes assessed students through a pre-recorded oral group presentation. As well as assessing the student’s ability to orally articulate the intended knowledge and skill outcomes, this approach helped students engage with each other and provided an opportunity for peer feedback.
A Design Sprint is a process condensed in time, objective and outcomes used to transform an idea into a prototype. This case study explores how this approach was used to gather students’ feedback on using data analytics to support their learning experience
The School of Computing have been running sessions with employers from industry to give students the opportunity to see the connection between what they are learning now and their future working environments.
With high engagement rates and positive student feedback, weekly Canvas quizzes are proving to be an effective tool to help students check their understanding. Find out how these quizzes were introduced in the School of Arts and Cultures.
Here’s how this Newcastle Calls project encouraged students to co-create their learning materials, make the most out of online learning tools and challenge the traditional language listening exercise along the way.
Find out more about a Hackathon event, modelled on the principles of Design Sprint, to support students to meet an assessment deadline in the face of the COVID-call to clinical duties.
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.
Rajesh Tiwari from the School of Engineering shares how he uses videos to deliver a flipped classroom.
Students in Newcastle University Law School developed their debating skills using Facebook. Dr Bronwen Jones explains how this worked.