Double the Learning

Howard ErreyCurrent thinking in learning designLeave a Comment

Researchers at John Hopkins University have found that if you slightly vary the learning activity each time, then learning can be improved. To quote Science Alert from a post on 30 November 2017: The researchers figured this out by getting 86 volunteers to learn to a new skill – moving a cursor on a computer screen by squeezing a small … Read More

Talking the walk: innovating in footwear. Step 1

Emma YenchContent development, Current thinking in learning design, Examples of practice, Industry and experience, Learning design, Pathways, Portfolios, Project types, Social learning, Strategic alignment1 Comment

“We want to have more contact with industry”. “We don’t know where we go from here”, “We don’t have enough skill to go out on our own, we wish the program was longer” “We wish graduates had more business skills”. You may or may not be familiar with these or similar comments from your students and industry partners. They most … Read More

Student generated website

Leigh BlackallExamples of practice, Student as producer1 Comment

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Using coursework and extracurricular activity to maintain a website that showcases work and develops a strong online #network-of-practitioners What Stephanie Holt requested support from the College to develop a project that would position and connect graduates with professional opportunities. It was decided that a website would be needed to showcase and archive works, along with curriculum activities that help to … Read More