In this episode, Josh and Sam reflect on how moving digital will better prepare students for life in the workplace which they feel is becoming more digital. The two study economics and mathematics, and economics respectively. We did experience technical issues part-way through which likely represents one of many examples of issues that suddenly working/learning … Continue reading Episode 18: Students’ thoughts: views from two subjects
Month: August 2020
Episode 17: Future proofing students: Developing students’ 21st Century competences to be successful in industry
In this episode, Colette talks about how she integrated developing students' 5Cs (critical thinking, communication, creativity, collaboration and connectedness) by using problem-based learning and small groups. https://open.spotify.com/episode/7awVao2ZJHyfHQZPqIgU3N Colette Mazzola-Randles (www.cmaz.co.uk) is Senior Tutor Learning Teaching and Assessment in Computing at Blackpool and The Fylde College. Colette has been teaching for 6/7 Years and teaches in … Continue reading Episode 17: Future proofing students: Developing students’ 21st Century competences to be successful in industry
Special episode – More than a pivot: thinking critically about our pedagogy
In early June 2020, Jesse Stommel, Sara Camacho Felix, Lee-Ann Sequeira and myself held a participatory workshop where we thought through our assumptions around what it means to design for learning and teaching in digital spaces especially in current circumstances. Due to the participatory nature of the workshop, admission was limited to 100 people with additional … Continue reading Special episode – More than a pivot: thinking critically about our pedagogy
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