Category Archives: Active learning

Tips for teaching online

Before you teach Creating your teaching materials consider pre-recording short, weekly introductions as video or audio podcasts so students can access them when convenient (if you have at GTA, get them to help you create, edit and upload these) include … Continue reading

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PGCert Online Exhibition

Ever wondered what happens on the PGCert in Creative Education? Well, now you have a chance to find out! We’re very proud to announce the launch of our first ever PGCert online exhibition, in which PGCert participants have curated some … Continue reading

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Co-creation as a tool for course enhancement?

I have been hearing a lot about the benefits of co-creation as a collaborative approach to including students as partners in pedagogical planning processes. But just how do we go about shifting perspectives of students as stakeholders to students as … Continue reading

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