Student Centred Learning

I particularly like this diagram, found in one of Malcolm Murray’s presentations for Durham University:   See full presentation, and a useful definition of ‘Student Centred Learning’ here: The term student-centered learning refers to a wide variety of educational programs,learning experiences, instructional approaches, and academic-support strategies that are intended to address the Continue Reading →

More hands-on learning please?

Calling for more action-based learning, including app-creation?: Universities have failed to react to changes in the labour market that render some traditional business teaching methods defunct, according to an expert in entrepreneurship. That is the view of Colin Mason, professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde, who said that Continue Reading →

#LoveHE Award

Encouraging to see recognition of good teaching & learning (rather than just research): Colleagues laud devotion to duty in our #loveHE competition to find sector stars. John Elmes writes A tutor technician with an “outstanding” work ethic who has successfully bridged the gap between two key university roles has been named Continue Reading →