The Learning Hub showcases and shares outstanding educational activity from across the University.
We have identified five key 'themes' or areas of focus for the Learning Hub. These themes reflect key areas of activity and expertise across Cardiff University, and will evolve to reflect the ever changing nature of learning and teaching in Higher Education.
Good curriculum design and programme development is fundamental for embedding good practice in learning and teaching. Investigate examples of how different learning approaches (e.g. technology enhanced learning, inquiry-based learning, distance learning) have been developed to support and demonstrate intended aims and objectives.
Providing students with a full range of high-quality academic, administrative and pastoral support is an essential part of the student experience. Discover how mechanisms such as Personal Tutoring and Student Mentoring support students to develop both academically and as individuals.
Different methods facilitate different kinds of student engagement and opportunities to learn.
TopicsSmall group teaching
Dr Cartwright talks through how the School of Physics and Astronomy introduced a problem-based learning module to help with improving the employability skills of students undertaking the degree.
TopicsFacilitating Group Work
Contribute to the Learning Hub
The Learning Hub is designed by academics for academics and we would encourage you to share anything that supports, enhances or prompts reflection on teaching and learning here at Cardiff University.
This is an opportunity to be an active part of the teaching community here at Cardiff, to share your expertise with your colleagues.
Video case study from Jill Morgan from the School of Healthcare Sciences describing how she's been able to transform how she delivers large group teaching within the new flexible lecture theatre in the School
TopicsFacilitating Group Work | Small group teaching | Large group teaching | Delivering lectures
This is a downloadable case study on the use of a mock legal trial to debate a controversial subject within the School of Medicine