Creation and innovation

Case study – Teams and Whiteboard

The hybrid model- How to enhance students’ engagement in synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. Maria D Iglesias Mora, Lecturer School of Humanities, Languages and Global Studies Challenge “As educational institutions transition to hybrid models, they have the opportunity to reimagine education and build a learning environment that incorporates all of the dimensions of a quality learning experience.” Fullan, …

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Case Study: Sway

Creating engaging and accessible learning resources with Sway. Amy Edwards-Smith, Lecturer School of Community Health and Midwifery Challenge Delivering to Foundation Entry students is a unique, but in my opinion, particularly rewarding experience. The variety of individual needs and experiences the students have, require a learning environment whereby students can tailor their development opportunities. I wanted …

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Case study: OneNote class notebook

E-portfolios with OneNote Class Notebook Leah Kirk – Lecturer, School of Community Health and Midwifery Within midwifery, as an assessment strategy for one of our first-year modules (40 credits), students are asked to complete a portfolio on OneNote. In preparation for this, a session is facilitated where students are introduced to the program and have …

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Case study: Xerte

Building workbooks with Xerte Alice Thompson – Senior Lecturer, School of Sport and Health Sciences Challenge An online workbook was needed for students that they could access off campus. The aim of this was two-fold; encourage learning outside of the classroom and provide interesting, dynamic materials to support learning. Solution During the Xerte training workshop …

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Case study: OneNote Class Notebook

e-portfolios with OneNote Neesha Ridley – Senior Lecturer, School of Community Health and Midwifery The OneNote notebook was used as a tool and as a method of assessment by tutors on the midwifery course.  The students on the midwifery course complete a portfolio across all three years of the course, within a module named midwife 1 (Y1), midwife 2 …

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Case study: OneNote Class Notebook

Gamification to increase learner engagement Author: Emma Thirkell – Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management Challenge During the 17-18 academic year, I designed and developed a new approach to integrate into my teaching by using Class Notebook. The idea was based on the popular Escape Room game –students would work through a series of business …

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