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Tag: Reflective Practice
Enhancing student engagement and subject knowledge using task-based team learning
by Dr Lovleen Kushwah and Dr Eva Pocher Background Enhancing student engagement using collaborative work in a framework of taught topics is nothing new. Team-based learning facilitates conceptual understanding and helps students develop communication skills (Gosser, 2001). It has been incorporated in our teaching practice to overcome a challenge in one of our Undergraduate Economics […]
The Value of SoTL: Reflections on ‘Becoming’ an Early Career (Teaching) Academic
Doctoral education can be considered an ‘apprenticeship’ (Park, 2015); where a new generation of practitioners (doctoral students) engage in on-the-job training (research and teaching) to become sufficiently adept at a profession (academia). In the first year of my doctoral studies (early 2010s), I remember attending a talk about ‘becoming an academic’, where we were told the […]
Three questions on student learning:
SoTL in a professional services role I’ve enjoyed carrying out a number of SoTL projects while working in a professional services role at the University of Glasgow. So how do you get involved in SoTL if you’re not a lecturer or tutor? And what can this perspective bring to SoTL projects? SoTL isn’t just ‘something […]