Introduction and Keynote Professor Rhona Sharpe, University of Surrey. Innovation in Digital Education - moving from definitions of digital literacy to a graduate attribute, to a measure of learning gain.
Dr Philip Hanna NTF, Queen's University Belfast. Group Projects: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.
Dr Janine Stockdale, Clare Hughes, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen's University Belfast. Encouraging Creativity and Innovation in Students.
Dr James Davis, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics. Encouraging students to listen and talk: Assessing oral skills in a level-one history module.
Dr Karen Winter, School of Social Science, Education and Social Work, Aine Maxwell, Institute of Professional Legal Studies. Creative, Collaborative and Cross School Approaches to Delivering Court Work Skills Training on Professional Degree Programmes.
Dr Gerry Gormley, Centre for Medical Education. Walking in patients’ shoes: simulation methods to enhance students’ learning from the experiences of melanoma patients.
Dr Susan O'Neill, School of Psychology. Aligning peer assessment with learning outcomes and a case study assignment in Sport and Exercise Psychology.
Keynote Professor Carol McGuinness, Queen's University Belfast. What is creativity - and can we teach it?
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