Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

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MMU CELT (now UTA) Scholarship of teaching and learning research grant 2018/19

Project lead staff Project title

Aris Alexoulis

Foundation Year

Valeria Andreoni

A reverse-teaching approach: tutorial activities based on student lead presentation, poster and discussion

Kirstie Andrews

Addressing the Engineering Skills Gap and Employability at Postgraduate Research Student Level

Huw Bell and Nicoletta Di Ciolla

Enhancing teaching and learning through feedback using a student partnership model

Bartek Buczkowski

Exploring the expectations of higher education of level 4 students from diverse backgrounds

Ginnette Carpenter

Curriculum-Integrated Level 4 Personal Tutoring Delivery as a Strategy for Developing Student Progression, Autonomy and Success

Josh Edelman

Creative pedagogy as learning enhancement in the arts and humanities

Rachel Forsyth

Capturing Learning: how much does the participation metaphor surface in assessment design?

Chris Hanley

A project of applied philosophical inquiry into how doctoral supervisors conceptualise writing at doctoral level

Eleanor Hannan

An exploration into the educational potential of immersive Virtual Reality for simulation-based learning in healthcare education

Herrero and Escandell

Transmedia Practices in Higher Education: OER for students by students

Jenny Holt

A pilot for a redesigned model of 1st year Filmmaking Autumn term 2018, to enhance the student experience and promote engagement, progression and success

Anthony Kleerekoper and Andrew Schofield

Digital Natives, Digital Literacy and Automated Feedback

David Leathlean

Foundation Year (Project Grow)

Jie Liu

Teaching international students at MMU: The influence of culturally-determined learning styles on Business and Management students’ preference of learning and teaching strategies

Hannah Matthews

Role of professional placements

Sanja Potgieter

ESTeEM Future Leaders

Manour Pourmehdi

International students’ training needs: A Comparison of Staff and Student Views

David Rousell

Development of collaborative text augmentation software (CTAS) to enhance student engagement with theoretical texts

Richard Silburn and Fiona Long

Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Pre-sessional Academic English Programme: The Student Perspective