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this paper was carried out by the Formative Assessment in Science Teaching (FAST) project during the ... study entitled ‘Improving the effectiveness of Formative Assessment in Science Teaching’, involving ... presented. Whilst initial findings from the research outline similarities and differences in perceptions of ...
HCA_student_essay_winner_Lau_Adelia.pdf Student Writing Scheme Student Essay Award 2009 “Why ... working in a museum once you graduate.’ At this point I feel I should briefly introduce myself. I am an ... mean that I condemn myself to working in a museum, although I could if I so chose to; nor does it mean application/pdf attached to:Student Essay Award 2009 "Why I chose to study History, Classics or Archaeology at University"
Action on Access was created in 1999 when four key organisations delivering widening participation ... more – these include special projects, P4P, Excellence Challenge, Excellence in the Cities and, more ... recently, Aimhigher. Action on Access has been proud to have influenced and supported these projects, and ...
This research project explores diversity in the psychology curriculum. The aim of the project is ... disabilities; and 2) an action research approach that encourages teaching staff to undertake action within the ... curriculum, resulting in a toolkit for the development of inclusive psychology curricula in the UK. ...
An evaluation on the use of Virtual Worlds for Learning and Teaching in Healthcare and its impact on practice- An action research project
simulation in Healthcare at Glasgow Caledonian University. ...