Tag: Groupwork

Post-its, Posters and Problem-based learning in City’s Learning Spaces

Post It Notes on a white surface

Active learning in classrooms encourages students to work collaboratively and motivate each others’ learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. Summary These three

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Group Work in City’s Learning Spaces – Lineup Activity

Looking for creative teaching activities? Encourage students to work collaboratively and motivate each others learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. Why? This method is useful

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Through the Fishbowl – A technique for group work in City’s large Learning Spaces

Two Fishbowls with gold fishes in

Have you got a group of students in a large lecture theatre but find engaging them difficult?? Teaching in a large lecture theatre doesn’t have to exclude group work and engagement. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these

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Group Work in City’s Learning Spaces: the jigsaw classroom

City students working together

Looking for creative teaching activities? Encourage students to work collaboratively and motivate each others’ learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. Summary The

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Group Work in City’s Learning Spaces – Icebreaker Activities

Looking for creative teaching activities? Encourage students to work collaboratively and motivate each others learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. 1)      Rounds

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Group Work in City’s Learning Spaces – Buzz Groups and Snowballs

Looking for creative teaching activities? Encourage students to work collaboratively and motivate each others learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. 1)      Buzz

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Group Work in City’s Learning Spaces – Debating and Presentations

Looking for creative teaching activities? Encourage students to work collaboratively and motivate each others learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in our series of blog posts. We recommend booking City’s new Learning Spaces to run these activities. 1)      Debating

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Active Learning in Flexible Learning Spaces

Over the past year you may have found yourself in one of the University’s new flexible learning spaces.  These rooms have been designed by the Learning Spaces Group, with a membership made up of academics, Information Services, Property and Facilities, Educational Technologists and Learning Success.  The rooms support new and emergent teaching models that encourage

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Moodle 2: Ideas for Innovative Assignments

Our educational technology team have identified a number of tools that can be used to help build innovative assessments in your modules. These can be seen in the diagram below. For more ideas, visit our website link here. Tool Available from Types of assessment City Blogs is a service for staff and students to bloAg

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Moodle 2: A guide to enabling groupwork

Group work is one of the educational strategies, that if employed well, can promote collaboration and participation amongst students. Group work can also nurture a more active and deeper learning experience and can provide lecturers with valuable insights into the way students understand particular topics and or concepts. In addition to exposing students to different

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