Have you found yourself asking this question, “Should I implement Microsoft Teams, into my Moodle Module and what’s the point?” Or why would I? Many Programme Leaders and Lecturers ask themselves this same question, and this post aims to tell you about a Teams Sites evaluation conducted at City, University of London. We will help…Continue Reading How could we enable City students to work and connect together? A pinch of Teams space, a Teaspoon of redesign and a Dollop of trial and error.
Playful learning research
At City, there are a number of staff engaged in playful practices in relation to their learning and teaching activities, however, often these staff are unconnected to each other. One of the challenges of developing and designing playful learning opportunities can be finding and connecting with others to experiment and brainstorm playful learning ideas. In…Continue Reading Playful learning research
Another week to enter the free ISLA survey. And a chance to win big!
Share your views on hybrid teaching Have you heard of Inclusive Synchronous Learning Activities (ISLA) at City? Have you used, or thought about using hybrid/dual-delivery teaching? We’re keen to understand how this new mode of teaching, where some students are physically in the classroom and others are online at the same time, has been experienced…Continue Reading Another week to enter the free ISLA survey. And a chance to win big!
Call for Abstracts : Learning at City Conference – NOW OPEN
LEaD is pleased to open the Call for Abstracts, for the Learning at City Conference, which takes place on the 1st and 2nd July 2020 at City, University of London. There is much discussion about teaching excellence with the introduction of the TEF however the key to this is teaching that inspires. Cohen & Jurkovic (1997)…Continue Reading Call for Abstracts : Learning at City Conference – NOW OPEN