Dr Alice Lacsny: Lecturer in Human Geography in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences. Dr Pamela Campbell: Lecturer in Earth Sciences in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences and Geology Tutor at Lifelong Learning. Across the UK Higher Education sector, there is a significant body of evidence that points to the positive impact […]
Category: Good Practice
Interactive Learning–sharing our experiences
The pedagogical benefits of interactive learning motivate educators to incorporate effective methods. In this blog, the authors have shared some of the methods they have used to facilitate interactive learning, along with links to further analysis of these studies.
Day 2b: Staff experiences of hybrid learning during a pandemic
|Zayba Ghazali-Mohammed In this blog post, Dr Zayba Ghazali-Mohammed reflects on a collaborative research project with Dr Serdar Abaci and Prof Judy Robertson, that aimed to understand the experiences of teaching staff who were involved in hybrid/blended teaching during the pandemic. Undoubtedly, the past year and a half has been a rollercoaster. Many have experienced […]
Discovering Economics – Schools Outreach Event
Geethanjali Selvaretnam and Karen Clancey (Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow) Lack of Economics in Scottish schools Economics is a discipline which provides the tools to analyse various choices made by individuals, businesses, financial institutions, policy makers, government etc.. A degree in Economics can lead to wide-ranging good careers for students.1 It is of […]