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Scaling up: Learning space design to support large (inter)active workshops

The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the way space is used in education, forcing educators to innovatively support learning in a range of hybrid spaces that seek greater integration of theContinue reading “Scaling up: Learning space design to support large (inter)active workshops”

Virtual work-integrated learning: opportunities in a time of crisis

Ensuring that students have the opportunity to undertake authentic learning experiences with real-world organisations is an important function for those of us working in higher education. However, doing this atContinue reading “Virtual work-integrated learning: opportunities in a time of crisis”

Virtual Agile Processes: a ‘business not as usual’ approach for group projects at scale

During Covid’s summer break at the end of 2020, the great educational buzz was about how to create a sense of community among our online learners and how to betterContinue reading “Virtual Agile Processes: a ‘business not as usual’ approach for group projects at scale”

Talk amongst yourselves: critical thinking in group discussions

Meditation exercises often use the idea of a ‘happy place’ as a tool for reflection. My professional happy place: a group discussion among my students that ‘hums’. Students are engaged,Continue reading “Talk amongst yourselves: critical thinking in group discussions”

An ecosystem approach to immersed business education

Pre-Covid-19, I coordinated some of the China immersion units at the Business School. I created immersed learning experiences by providing students with real and authentic encounters in physical places. ThisContinue reading “An ecosystem approach to immersed business education”

Making the most of the spaces we have: Design principles for successful hybrid and hyflex learning

Hybrid and hyflex learning are lasting legacies of our years of pandemic education. For educators at scale, with cohorts spread across the world by closed borders, these modes of deliveryContinue reading “Making the most of the spaces we have: Design principles for successful hybrid and hyflex learning”

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Not another survey! 5 tips for drawing students to your survey

“Not another survey!” We all live in a survey world and so do students. I can empathise with how students feel. As a recent graduate myself, I recall receiving emailsContinue reading “Not another survey! 5 tips for drawing students to your survey”

Play to learn: interactive experiences in education

One perennial question that educators ask themselves is ‘what is the best way to engage my students’? Increasingly, students are expected to be active participants rather than passive consumers ofContinue reading “Play to learn: interactive experiences in education”

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