Monthly Archives: May 2014

June seminars: the flipped classroom and podcasting

Seminar: Flipping the classroom, rethinking lectures Facilitator: Eunice Ivala, Fundani Date and time: 5th of June 2014, 14.00-16.00 Location: Room 2.24, Mowbray campus Seminar description: The Flipped Classroom¬†(Inverted Classroom Method) is a student centered teaching method in which lectures are … Continue reading

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Developing capabilities of the heart and mind: digital stortytelling as a tools for social justice education

Our presentation at the International Conference “Digital storytelling in Crisis”, 8-10 of May 2014, Athens. Developing capabilities of the heart and the mind: digital storytelling and a tool for social justice education from Daniela Gachago Abstract: As societies become more … Continue reading

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May seminars: learning analytics and early warning systems

The next two workshops, which will take place in May will focus on the topic of learning analytics and identifying at-risk students through an early warning system. Workshop 1:¬†Learning Analytics: gaining new insights from educational data Presenter: Andrew Deacon, CILT, … Continue reading

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