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events. Upcoming Masterclass- Using simulations in business and marketing education (May 14, Birmingham) ... Auditing simulation event, April 14 As noted in previous blogs, simulations are also available for Finance ... Accounting firstname.lastname@example.org Highlights Upcoming training event on simulations in business and ...
on 3 September 2014. Registrations are now open. The workshop explores the role of SRS in fostering ... Sciences conference 2014 – Teaching forward This event was held at The Studio in Birmingham (an excellent ... from other events in 2013-14 are also available, including: Employability and the sociological ...
Gelareh Roushan’s great workshop on using social media in your teaching. The event was opened ... the simulation at the April 14 workshop and also have a to try it out. In addition, Susan and her team ... for accreditation or for your students to take part in some of their events, Kate Burnett at the IDM. ...
Workshops and events Recent workshop blogs Bournemouth- Exploring the value of social media for education ... Finance, Bristol, 14 Apr 2014; Exploring innovative approaches to experiential teaching and learning in ... 2014; Using simulations in Business and Marketing education, Birmingham, 14 May 2014; The building ...
HSC14-Developing-an-emotional-curriculum.pdf Slide 1 Developing an “emotional curriculum” for ... educators are a vital link and need more training and support. Lecturers would value assistance in ... capacities to build resilience. Also, the use of emotional writing Publication of a book in Spring 2014 application/pdf attached to:Developing an "emotional curriculum" for social workers; perceptions of social work lecturers