ISES Share and Inspire

Wednesday 29 March

12:30-14:00 in Cotswold A

How to create ‘Authentic Learning Experiences’ (ALE) to engage students and enhance their learning experience.

This workshop will present a number of different examples of applied learning opportunities that ISES colleagues have successfully included in their learning, teaching and/or assessment approaches, to enhance learning gain and improve the learning experience.

12.30 – 12.35 Introduction

12.35 – 14.00 Market Place

Rachel Black:

Primary Physical Education – The Staff room Scenario

Dr Paul Blakey:

Crowdfund Campus in the Curriculum

Dr Paul Golz:

Dance and Community Practice – Organising and delivering a large scale dance event.

Dr Jennifer Joyce:

Simulation-based Learning: The Use of the GERontological Test suit (GERT) to challenge student’s perception of ageing and inclusive sport for older adults.

Dr Louise Martin and Dr Julia West:

The Challenge

Mandy Newbold:

The effectiveness of learning sets in helping students to develop and apply skills and learning in operational contexts.

Lunch will be provided

Please sign up for this seminar here

(https://ext-webapp-01.worc.ac.uk/cgi-bin/university/booking_v2.pl)

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