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Screencasting and a Tablet PC – an indispensable technology combination for physical science teaching and feedback in higher and further education.
.hea.2012 stem.2012.3.n.pdf Journals STEM Physical Sciences Learning Assessment and feedback E-learning Online learning ... Vol 1, Issue 1 Thursday, 12 April, 2012 Proceedings of the HEA STEM Learning and Teaching ... Conference (2012) Dr Patrick O’Malley This article describes the combined use of a tablet PC and ...
Using game-based learning to engage people with Physics: how successful could 'Junkyard Physics' be?
A presentation from the STEM Annual Conference 2014. This small study was conducted with the aim ... experience. Specifically, a prototype of a physics-based game (Junkyard Physics) was developed to teach the ... improved their level of understanding of the laws of physics. Testing was conducted via a questionnaire at ...
STEM focus. We will do this with: a programme of discipline-specific events, including a STEM teaching ... and learning conference resources – pedagogic research, teaching resources and case studies to inform ...
teaching and learning in the physical sciences. ... This resource provides a condensed discussion on physical disability issues and topics related to ...
SUBJECT CENTRE LEGACY RESOURCE, A guide to resources and advice on teaching laboratory skills and laboratory based modules to blind students. ...