The Learning Lunchbox is a series of 1-hour interactive events which showcase practical strategies for engaging students in the physical and virtual classroom.
Next Learning Lunchbox
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PREVIOUS LEARNING LUNCHBOX PRESENTATIONS
Tuesday 28 May 2019
- Dr Mitch Smith - Environmental and Life Sciences
Lessons from a novice blender: This presentation will cover a number of key points that I have learnt while blending a course for the first time. What has/hasn’t worked from both my perspective, and that of the students
- Dr Emma Beckett - Environmental and Life Sciences
Finding my feet as a teaching academic – sharing lessons learned from reinventing courses
- Dr Rachael Newell - Nursing and Midwifery
Developing and Implementing an Online Medical Charting Application: Rachael worked with staff from the BOLD team to develop an online tool for students that replicates the use of medical charts in their professional practice.
Wednesday 10 April 2019
- Dr James Bennett / Dr Kate Ariotti - Humanities and Social Science
Cohort-driven change: Redesigning a 1000 level History course for non-History majors
As referred to in the presentation, you can access the video The Hallowmen here.
- Dr Benjamin Matthews - Creative Industries
Workflow, Engagement and Ethics: Online docs as a Collaborative Environment
- Dr Helen Giggins, Architecture and Built Environment
Creating resources to improve a sense of belonging for online students
As referred to in the presentation, you can access the flexible working options video here.
Wednesday 26 September 2018
- Associate Professor Jed Duff (Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health and Medicine)
Adapting online courses for student needs – changes to online postgraduate courses to make them more student-centred
- Catherine Burgess (Education, Centre for English Language and Foundation Studies)
Equity, opportunity and scientific curiosity – improving science outcomes through innovative and targeted pedagogical strategies designed to rebuild students’ scientific curiosity and understanding
- Michael Cvetanovski (Physics, Faculty of Science)
Remote physics labs – an example of how students can learn practical skills online via the use of robotics and mechatronics
Wednesday 29 August 2018
- Dr Andrew Kepert (Mathematics, Faculty of Science)
Addressing a learning outcome through student discussion of their own work, which is then integrated into lectures
- Dr John Furst (Physics, Faculty of Science)
How engineering physics went from traditional to blended and responsibility for learning was placed firmly with the students
- Dr Graham Lucas (Management, Faculty of Business and Law)
Management in in a nutshell – an engaging combination of old and new teaching methods via the BOLD lab
Wednesday 18 July 2018
- Professor Darrell Evans, DVC(A)
Demonstration of an effective student engagement activity available in all teaching situations.
- Denise Higgins, Oral Health
Implementing instructional videos to benefit students.
- Dr Warren Reilly, Senior Practitioner Fellow, School of Architecture and Built Environment
'New' ways in Work Integrated Learning.
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