Tag: SHS

Preparing nursing students for placement in mental health hospitals

There are a limited number of resources available to students to prepare them for working in mental health units and understanding the experience of patients [service users]. This Moodle module for Mental Health Nursing at City follows a student’s digital experience into a hospital placement, with an interactive guide that allows students to open doors that takes…Continue Reading Preparing nursing students for placement in mental health hospitals

School of Health Sciences – Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – June 2017

Group of Academics discussing the concept of team-based learning

The School of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Innovators Event this term returned to the three presentation format on the 14th June, following a single workshop format for the past few innovators events, with Alison Coutts, Maggie Tarling and Ellie Taylor (from the Nursing Division in the School) on the topics of team-based learning, certainty…Continue Reading School of Health Sciences – Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – June 2017

Educational Multimedia Group – 21 March 2017

The latest Educational Multimedia Group meeting ran on 21st March with a packed agenda and presentations from schools and professional services across City. The presentations covered an array of interesting multimedia use in learning and teaching. Glass Screen Video for Teaching Marine Engineering Matt Goral (Educational Technology Team, LEaD) First up we had Matt talking…Continue Reading Educational Multimedia Group – 21 March 2017

School of Health Sciences – Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – March 2017

For the School of Health Sciences  Teaching and Learning Innovators Event this term we had Amanda Hutcherson present about Learning Gain. This is a topic that has had funding from HEFCE for research. What is Learning Gain? Amanda asked us this question at the start of the session and asked us to write this on…Continue Reading School of Health Sciences – Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – March 2017

The roads between research, blogs and Twitter

The Mental Elf

I’m lucky… that my role in LEaD’s Educational Technology Team (ETT) involves working with the School of Health Sciences (SHS) and being invited to its many fascinating talks. I don’t often have time to attend these (and – our secret – I don’t always understand all of the words in the titles). But last week…Continue Reading The roads between research, blogs and Twitter

Playful Learning – School of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – November 2016

Following the success of the the first two Teaching and Learning Innovators Event in January and May, we as LEaD at SHS put on the 3rd Teaching and Learning Innovators Event on Monday 23rd May 12-1pm, focused around playful learning, 12 people attended. Thank you Rosa Benato for running the session. Below is Rosa’s method…Continue Reading Playful Learning – School of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – November 2016

First SHS Simulated Practice Showcase July 2016

On the 13th July, Janet Hunter welcomed members of the School of Health Sciences (SHS), School of Arts and Social Sciences and Cass Business School to the first SHS Simulated Practice Showcase. Neal Sumner (LEaD) facilitated the session and lead the concluding discussion. @JHunterCity and @nealsumner kick off #cityunisimshowcase for @CityUniHealth 26 ppl attending @r_a_knight…Continue Reading First SHS Simulated Practice Showcase July 2016

LEaD Coaching: A personal experience

When I submitted an application for LEaD fellowship coaching I’m not sure I really knew what to expect. What I asked for was support to develop interactive teaching for larger groups of students. What I got was Dilly. Having chatted to Anise over coffee, to discuss options, she matched me with Dilly as my main…Continue Reading LEaD Coaching: A personal experience

LEaD Fellows Coaching

“I found coaching to be immensely helpful, restorative and motivational. It has given me fresh verve and energy.” “It was an excellent experience and has helped me to reflect on my career development and teaching.” Feedback from LEaD Coaching Fellows   This year, the LEaD fellowship scheme allowed four academics from School of Health Sciences…Continue Reading LEaD Fellows Coaching