Strategies to promote active learning and curiosity: Student inclusion and ownership

Event Date March 21, 2019 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Location – Treforest Johnstown J132

A series of lunchtime events to share what is going on in USW within the Student Experience Plan themes

Theme leads & Introduction: Sarah Crews & Hilary Ramsden, FCI

Short TEDtalk-style trigger presentations/showcases:
Is immersive learning an effective tool to overcome engagement issues with Chinese direct entry students? Rebecca Bushell, FBS

Enabling music theory students to thrive in their studies by pursing their passions as a research interest – Liz Coombes and Beth Pickard, FLSE

Is there a link between feedback and student marks? Aimee Ward and Richard Ward, FCI & FCES

Meeting in the middle: Supporting learners with Autistic Spectrum Condition at USW – Jake Buckley, Student Services

Seminar concludes with all presenters contributing to a Panel discussion.

USW staff:

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