Ways of learning
About this topic
While the lecture is a common methodology for teaching in Higher Education, teaching methods and ways of learning extend beyond the lecture theatre.
Opportunities exist to engage students not only in the subject matter of their degree, but in the application of such knowledge and associated skills to problems in the wider world. This can be achieved through:
- research opportunities that build upon existing subject knowledge and enhance professional skills;
- the provision of professional placements or collaborative projects
- imaginative course design and the embedding of effective technology-enhanced teaching methods.
This section provides real examples of this philosophy at work. Imaginative use of on-line resources to support students in the way that they find most easy to engage with; active learning in ‘flipped’ classrooms, solving current and relevant problems; international collaborations where our students work and learn alongside students in other countries and other cultures.
Rhys Pearce-Palmer and Jannat Ahmed
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 7 mins read
Dr Craig Gurney and Jessica Clement
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 9 mins read
Published 06 Apr 2017 • 10 min read
Dr Katey Beggan
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 6 mins read
In this case study, medical student Katey Beggan talks about her experiences studying in a Peruvian hospital as part of her elective SSC. She talks about the differences in medical practise and compares her learning and teaching techniques with
TopicsWays of learning | Learning journeys | Supporting Placement Learning |
Dr Paul Brennan
Published 06 Sep 2017 • 17 min read
Glesni Owen and Tallulah Machin
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 14 mins read
Published 06 Apr 2017 • 13 min read
Dr Zarabeth Newton & Dr Marcus Coffey
Published 19 Apr 2017 • 10 mins read
Published 01 Jan 1970
TopicsWays of learning
Published 27 Nov 2019 • 30 mins read
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