INSPIRING TEACHING TRANSFORMING LEARNING
search icon

Sorry – this page couldn’t be found

The page you were expecting to see may have been moved to another part of the site. We've carried out an automatic search to help you locate it.

If the page you expected to see is not listed here please use the Contact Us form to leave us some details and we’ll get back in touch with you promptly. We’re sorry but we cannot answer any queries over the phone.

Thank you

Suggested Pages

  1. Engineering Subject Centre Teaching Awards: Developing an understanding of the design process to promote creative problem identification and problem-solving

    workshops are delivered during Semester 2 aimed at giving students an understanding of the design process. ...

  2. Engineering Subject Centre Student Awards 2010, WINNER "'Imagine you are an engineering lecturer for a day: how would you teach your student?"

    "'Imagine you are an engineering lecturer for a day: how would you teach your student?" ... SUBJECT CENTRE LEGACY RESOURCE, Engineering Subject Centre Student Awards 2010, WINNER ...

  3. Engineering Subject Centre Student Awards 2010, Runners Up "'Imagine you are an engineering lecturer for a day: how would you teach your student?"

    "'Imagine you are an engineering lecturer for a day: how would you teach your student?" ... SUBJECT CENTRE LEGACY RESOURCE, Engineering Subject Centre Student Awards 2010, Runners Up ...

  4. LTSN Engineering Teaching Awards: using an MLE to challenge students' learning, encourage interaction with lecture materials, and to assess their knowledge

    Environment- StudyNet- which actively seeks to integrate teaching materials, notes and module news, as well as ... support the teaching, learning and assessment processes. This case study introduces the background, ... students' perspective, issues and benefits of this mode of teaching and learning. ...

  5. Engineering Subject Centre Teaching Awards: Use of an objective assessment tool to evaluate students' basic electrical engineering skills

    This report examines the use of Objective Structured Technical Examinations (OSTEs) to assess engineering students' core practical and theoretical skills. OSTEs are based on similar type of assessment widely used in medical and health care courses (w ...

Pages

Contact us