The second annual CELebrate event will take place on 13-15 April 2016. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase how you innovate to improve student learning in any way, but particularly this year around key CEL themes of assessment and feedback, technology enhanced learning and employability. If you are interested in proposing a session and… Read more »
Dr Marcellus Mbah, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in CEL recently presented the results of a study he carried out with Kelly Goodwin on the placement experience of international students. The workshop was organised by the Employability, Enterprise and Work-based Learning Network of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) and drew participants from more than… Read more »
Dr Tim Gale, Senior Lecturer in Tourism Management Head of Education and Professional Practice, Department of Tourism and Hospitality Faculty of Management,tells us below about Lego Serious Play: For some time now I have been using Lego Serious Play to facilitate discussion in class (sparingly, as you can have too much of a good thing),… Read more »
please find links from the LearnHigher discussion at foot of post What a wonderful challenge to the usual format.. http://mostlysignssomeportents.tumblr.com/post/130485371991/doctoral-dissertation-in-graphic-novel-form Columbia University awarded a doctorate in education to Nick Sousanis forUnflattening, a graphic novel about the relationship between words and pictures in literature. It was published by Harvard University Press and got a starred review… Read more »
A special round of the Co-Creation and Co-Production Strand of the Fusion Investment Fund (FIF) opens today. As part of the University’s Global Engagement Plan, the first ASEAN Hub of Practice was launched through the last round of the FIF. We are now looking to set up two more Hubs of Practice in India and… Read more »
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin I recently came across an article of interest in the Academy of Management Learning & Education discussing the benefits of problem-based learning as a useful approach to equip students with the necessary skills need for successful career… Read more »
SURE 2016 site is now accepting abstract submissions for next year’s conference.
Join this online course – a tool a day to improve your digital and teaching skills! 10 minutes a day maximum, and the chance to take part in this fun event – count down the 12 days of Christmas!
A new report suggests that things are much worse for the excluded, those whose benefits have been sanctioned and are in temporary accommodation or have been evicted. Read more in the Joseph Foundation Report
CEL is offering funding for ten student-led projects, co-created with academics. Taking part in a co-created project will help your students develop news skills and confidence, learn how to apply knowledge, inform their career decisions and increase employability. This is open to final year undergraduates and those interested will need identify a topic of relevance… Read more »