This virtual patient aims to help you develop your consultation skills when assessing someone following an episode of self harm. The aim is for you to conduct an assessment of a patient who has harmed themselves in a concisely and compassionately. Using the Virtual Patient After watching each clip, click on one of the three […]
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Julie Dickson (Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Integrated Structure) faced the challenge of teaching laboratory sessions to students unable to attend in person, alongside those present in the lab. A colleague gave Julie a Microsoft HoloLens (mixed reality) headset. At the start of the timetabled lab session, Julie used the HoloLens and Microsoft Teams to work
Jane Williams and Mike Cameron deliver a unit on the Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals programme (see separate story). In 2021 the course will use a unit Teams space alongside a Blackboard course for the first time. Blackboard delivers course materials, reading lists and the assessment. Teams offer live teaching and ongoing discussion and
There are a number of resources and toolkits that can help you evaluate TEL interventions. A few of these are linked below. Imperial College Centre for Higher Education Research and Scholarship – Education Evaluation toolkit. The pages cover tools and resources that you can use for evaluating education in general, but that can be applied
Some possible recipes for dialogue and feedback as part of an online webinar These ideas use simple tools like the built-in voting, breakout groups and discussion boards. You can do much more with additional tools like Mentimeter and Padlet (see the separate materials on tools and designing learning sequences). These are just suggestions, and you
An approach the FHS TEL team take is asking “where is your pain?” In other words, what are the: challenges in your teaching challenges for your students’ learning …that TEL might address? Some digital education projects don’t give enough to what they are trying to achieve. More successful initiatives consider the aims from the start.
Writing for belonging helping students use writing to develop a sense of belonging The Staying Inn Based on virtual “pub nights” c Led by hosts or ‘landladies’ but involving other participants Escape Rooms Escape rooms are increasingly used in an education context, and can either be targeted towards learning or more generally as a way
Five Ways to Build Community in Online Classrooms, 2018. Faculty Focus | Higher Ed Teaching & Learning. How to Forge a Strong Community in an Online Classroom n.d. Edutopia. Papadopoulou, A., 2020. How to Build an Online Learning Community (In 2020) [WWW Document]. Learnworlds. Seth, A., erson, 2020. Building Community in Asynchronous Online Courses. Duke
When students are at a distance, there are things we can do to help address students’ technological limitations .There can be tensions between the need for immediacy of interaction and use of high bandwidth video and the technology and the broadband available to them. By using a range of approaches, we can provide more flexibility