Engagement comes from respect

Following on from the recent post on currencies, there is a question on the tip of the tongue of many academics at the moment as many departments across the University tackle the dilemma of the summative load by reducing the number of summative tasks per 20 credit module from two to one and introducing a more formative…

Refreshing your lectures

Ideas to support you to enhance engagement in your lectures is available as a set of Viewpoints Cards. You can review these on your own, but they are particularly useful for Peer Review & Enhancement activities or informal conversations with peers.

Learning in groups

A new set of pages has been developed to support learning and teaching in groups in the Enhancing Practice section. SHU’s Group Work Principles – approved by the University Academic Development Committee (2011) Large group teaching – provides tips and guidance including guidance on the design and delivery of lectures Large group teaching resources – provides…

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About the Learner Engagement Toolkit

The Learner Engagement Toolkit is part of Teaching & Assessment Essentials and brings together a collection of tips, FAQs, design tools, recommended readings, good practice case studies and links to other useful materials from Sheffield Hallam University and beyond. Thie primary purpose of this site is to reflect and inspire innovative academic practice to foster student…