10 episodios

In this collection you will be able find out about a variety of innovative teaching approaches adopted by staff working at the University of South Wales.

Items prefixed 'GPE' are from our ongoing, cross-faculty Good Practice Exchange.

Items prefixed 'LTC2016' are from the USW Learning & Teaching Conference, held on 30 June 2016.

Good Practice in Teaching & Learning University of South Wales

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In this collection you will be able find out about a variety of innovative teaching approaches adopted by staff working at the University of South Wales.

Items prefixed 'GPE' are from our ongoing, cross-faculty Good Practice Exchange.

Items prefixed 'LTC2016' are from the USW Learning & Teaching Conference, held on 30 June 2016.

    • video
    GPE: Online feedback and grading

    GPE: Online feedback and grading

    In this Good Practice Exchange (GPE), Reader in Psychology Martin Graff talks about his evolving approach to the use of Turnitin for electronic assignment submission and GradeMark for online feedback and grading. Martin was an early adopter of these technologies, and over recent years has also made use of an iPad to aid the marking and grading process. For more about the Good Practice Exchange at University of South Wales, visit: http://teach.southwales.ac.uk/casestudies/

    • 2 min
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    GPE: Audio-to-text feedback with an iPhone and Google Docs

    GPE: Audio-to-text feedback with an iPhone and Google Docs

    In this Good Practice Exchange (GPE), Andy Pearsall, senior lecturer in photography, talks about his evolving approach in using audio recordings to provide learners with good quality, prompt feedback. For more about the Good Practice Exchange at University of South Wales, visit: http://teach.southwales.ac.uk/casestudies/

    • 5 min
    GPE: Flipped Classroom (Price & Neale) — supporting resource

    GPE: Flipped Classroom (Price & Neale) — supporting resource

    A Good Practice Exchange (GPE) case study. This supporting file gives the background to how Dr Trevor Price, senior lecturer specialising in environmental management, and Jacqui Neale, senior learning technology adviser, set the scene for their experiences of a fresh approach to teaching over the period 2008–13. For more about the Good Practice Exchange at University of South Wales, visit: http://teach.southwales.ac.uk/casestudies/

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    GPE: Flipped Classroom (Price & Neale) — case study

    GPE: Flipped Classroom (Price & Neale) — case study

    In this Good Practice Exchange (GPE), Dr Trevor Price and Jacqui Neale demonstrate how a fresh approach to teaching enhanced the learning experience for Price’s students over the period 2008–13. It was based on a ‘learning activity design’ approach, together with the application of technology. As the teaching practice evolved, they used technology and the activity-based design to encourage students’ lifelong learning skills. Price and Neale also presented this case study at the EDULEARN 2013 International Conference in Barcelona. You will find a link to the conference website in the accompanying PDF. Trevor Price is a senior lecturer specialising in environmental management and Jacqui Neale is a senior learning technology adviser at the University of South Wales. For more about the Good Practice Exchange at University of South Wales, visit: http://teach.southwales.ac.uk/casestudies/

    • 15 min
    LTC2016: USW on iTunes U

    LTC2016: USW on iTunes U

    This PDF document (originally designed for a set of pop-up banners) gives an overview of our work with iTunes U Courses and Collections, as well as interactive books published through the iBooks Store. This resource was originally shared at the University of South Wales Learning & Teaching Conference, June 2016.

    LTC2016: Online Assessment Calendar

    LTC2016: Online Assessment Calendar

    This system allows academician the USW Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science to keep a record of any assessments they are setting or their students are undertaking as part of their course. The system produces a calendar of assessments for the students once completely populated. The Assessment Calendar is updated by module leaders at the beginning of the year, and can be used as a planning tool by students, lecturers and course managers. This resource was originally shared at the University of South Wales Learning & Teaching Conference, June 2016. The academic contact for further information is Louise Pennell (http://staff.southwales.ac.uk/users/1907-lpennell).

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