Innovating Pedagogy 2019, is the latest in a series of annual reports by the Open University, which attempt to explore novel approaches to education which have the potential to transform learning and teaching. You can find a MicroCPD on this topic, here. And you can add your own thoughts on the report below. Previous editions … Continue reading “Innovating Pedagogy 2019”
The notion of inclusivity is not new, despite the rather dramatic increase in its use within the past few years. Human beings have always had the desire to ‘belong’ and we see that in all parts of life, whether that be following a particular football team or within a family unit. It is not just … Continue reading “Providing an inclusive environment for learning – by Lesley Batty”
Kathy Armour and Chris Wilkinson spent some time on campus talking with students to understand what they think a UoB education will look like in 2026.
In 10 years’ time, technology will have a much greater role in the way we learn. All students will be loaned tablets for the duration of their degree, which are optimised for their degree subject. Assessed problems can be submitted, marked and returned online, meaning people can easily access their feedback. This will also remove … Continue reading “Education in Ten Years’ Time – by the School of Physics and Astronomy’s Student Reps”