Developing an Applied Curriculum

  Hamid Moradlou, Elias Tsoutsanis, Jen Waterhouse and Lisa Woolley Sheffield Hallam University – Faculty of ACES (engineering) and Faculty of D&S (law) Strand Student Outcomes Type Take a look at the original poster Learning objective(s) To develop understanding of the meaning of an applied curriculum, and the benefits/drawbacks thereof As lecturers in Engineering and Law whose curriculum…

The Hallam Award – What’s Extra about Extra-Curricular?

Andy Callard (SHU) and Doug Muzawazi (SHSU) Sheffield Hallam University – Directorate of Education and Employer Partnerships (DEEP) Strand Student Outcomes Type Poster – take a look at the original poster Learning objective(s) Participants will be able to identify how to support students to make strategic decisions about their extracurricular activities that will help them…

Questioning Assumptions

            Strand Student Retention Type Campfire Learning objective(s) The objectives of this session are; to enable participants to recognise that barriers to participation, engagement and thus learning can be caused by unseen and unrecognised assumptions to enable participants to uncover their own assumptions through an ongoing process of review and…

Engaging, including and activating: multimedia learning scholarship for the visual revolution

            Please note that all images are copy-right protected and must not be used without the owner’s permission! Strand Student retention Type Campfire Learning Objective(s) By the end of the session, participants will: be up to date with leading scholarship on multimedia learning and its predictions regarding pedagogic impact on…

Writing circles and retreats as tools for enhancing student’s writing: ‘Will there be a writing circle soon? They’ve really helped with my grades’

          Strand Student attainment Type Campfire Learning Objective(s) This session will provide information and reflections on a pilot to support disciplinary writing. This project was developed to increase student academic literacy with a specific focus on including students from a widening participation background (e.g. BME/first generation). The project focused on supporting…

The Experiment- Writing Forum: in tempore feedback on writing to support student learning with both undergraduate and postgraduate students

Along with the following slides please refer to Michele’s writing forum feedback notes         Strand Student attainment Type Campfire Learning Objective(s) appreciate the benefits of this Writing Forum mode from students for their academic writing understand how coaching  in this manner can benefit  the student writer understand how this Writing Forum mode…