Posts By: Marcellus Mbah

CELebrate 2017: An Introduction to Team-based Learning

An Introduction to Team-based Learning, Jonny Branney Jonny Branney’s Team-based Learning (TBL) workshop gave delegates the opportunity to experience TBL first-hand and find out how they might implement this strategy to boost student engagement in their own classes. Student-centred active learning approaches are considered to be effective ways for promoting students’ engagement with their learning, but… Read more »

CELebrate 2017: Creating sizzling businesses using practitioner feed-forward and authentic assessment

Blended, Flipped and Fried: Creating sizzling businesses using practitioner feed-forward and authentic assessment, Keith Pretty Keith Pretty shared the challenges, solutions and his evolving Blended, Flipped and Fried approach to creating sizzling learning and assessment experiences. His work pertains to the Level 6 Business Development and Enterprise unit which is focused on the creation of businesses… Read more »

CELebrate 2017: A pedagogical approach to fostering assessment for learning and student engagement through the use of smartphones

A pedagogical approach to fostering assessment for learning and student engagement through the use of smartphones: a practitioner experience. Abstract: Different types of assessment abound in existing literature. The focus of the presentation however was on Assessment for Learning which is formative in nature and can be strategised in different ways to enhance the student learning experience…. Read more »

Report on a student led co-creation project: An exploration into whether the content is king in driving user engagement in the context of television brands

Ellie Harrison reports on her co-creation project ‘Be on topic, be on brand, be on time: Exploring whether the content is king in driving user engagement in the context of television brands’ with  Elvira Bolat as her academic partner: When you think of a dissertation, the first thing that comes to mind is “how am I… Read more »

Report on a student led co-creation project: ‘Libertad’ – a Native Quechua Oral Story from Ecuador

Zoe Furness reports on her co-creation project ‘Libertad’ with Natasha Jones and Susan Sloan as student and academic partners respectively: The Research Last summer I attended the Communication Summer Academy at Universidad de Las Americas in Ecuador with a group of students from Bournemouth University. An opportunity where students can meet with internationally renowned lecturers, study… Read more »

Report on a student led co-creation project: BU Law Review

Megan Mayers reports on her co-creation project ‘BU Student Law Review’ with Professor Dinusha Mendis as academic partner: This report will provide a brief outline of the progress made in the above project. It will highlight an overview of the aims and how we looked to achieve these. It will also unveil the hurdles faced along… Read more »

Understanding Suicide: What role does social media play? – Report from a student led co-creation project

Louis Moore reports on his co-creation project ‘Understanding Suicide: What role does social media play?’ with Dr Ann Luce as academic partner: At the beginning of this project, I wondered how I might go about researching into suicide. As my project was looking into whether social media has a role to play in suicide, I thought… Read more »

A student led co-creation project report: Genetics for the public

Chelsea Ifunanya Nwasike reports on her co-creation project ‘Genetics for the public’ with Dr. Kevin McGhee as academic partner: Very early on during the creation of the project, On the 21st and 22nd of February, I filmed the workshop organised by Jehannine Austin, Kevin McGhee and team for genetic counsellors, willing to learn and expand their… Read more »

A report from a student led co-creation project: Splash Dance

Felix Marrington-Reeve reports on his co-creation project ‘Splash Dance’ with Quentin Corker-Marin and Dr. Reza Yousefzadeh as student and academic partners respectively: Aims ● To produce relatively high quality motion capture ● To add a sense of “human” presence to the piece through the camera, as if it had been “shot” by a production team ● To create… Read more »