How the IoE trained primary teaching students in using Lego Spike Prime kits as tools for delivering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) learning. This was based on models of ‘training the trainer’ and ‘resource lending’ for maximum efficiency of resources.
PEBLSS (a Partnership to Enhance Blended Learning – between Staff and Students) was a project seeking to strengthen teaching and learning in SLL. It particularly focuses on enhancing methods of teaching and learning amidst the extraordinary conditions faced by staff and students which has resulted in the transition into blended and online learning.
Learn more about this PLanT funded student-staff partnership project which amplified the voices of students with disabilities and long-term conditions in the School of Law and led to the adoption of recommendations about how to improve blended learning.
Professor Andrew Wade details a method of encouraging students to engage with diversified assessment in the form of field based practicals. The aim was to provide students with a safe and supportive environment in which to develop confidence in using a variety of context specific research methods, applied to what are often ‘messy’ and ‘complex’.
Dr. Allan Laville School of Psychology & Clinical Languages Sciences In this 14 minute video, early rubrics adopter Dr. Allan
Supporting Transition: Investigating students’ experiences of transferring from University of Reading Malaysia campus (UoRM) to the University of Reading UK campus (UoR)
Find out how a TLDF mini project helped to improve Pharmacy student’s transition from our Malaysia campus to our Whiteknights campus.
The Case Study details how SLL produced new student-facing physical and online posters, designed by a ‘Real Jobs’ student, to instruct students on finding their feedback online, and generated ‘marking checklists’ for staff to indicate what needs to be included in feedback and what needs to be avoided.
The PLaNT project involved the co-creation, with students, of a series and podcasts and other materials for Contract Law (LW1CON).
Find out more how ISLI moved to full online teaching in four weeks.
Zainab Abdulsattar (student – Research Assistant), Tamara Wiehe (staff – PWP Clinical Educator) and Dr Allán Laville, firstname.lastname@example.org, (Dean for
Will Hughes – School of Built Environment (Construction Management & Engineering) Overview The personal capture pilot project helped me to
Inter-Professional Practical Workshop: Registered Intermediaries & Advocates in a Mock Criminal Court
Amanda Millmore, Law, email@example.com Alison Cox, PCLS, firstname.lastname@example.org Overview This was a collaboration between 2 schools (Law & PCLS) to introduce students to
Catherine Langran, Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy Daniel Mercer & Selen Morelle, MPharm Part 4 students, School of
Clinical skills development: using controlled condition assessment to develop behavioural competence aligned to Miller’s pyramid
Kat Hall, School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy, email@example.com Overview The Centre for Inter-Professional Postgraduate Education and Training (CIPPET) provide PGT
Dan Jones, School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org Overview The ‘Universally Speaking’ series provides a platform for students, staff
Dr Sarah Greenwood, Lecturer, Physician Associate Programme, School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy, email@example.com Physician Associate (PA) students are talented life-sciences postgraduates
Dr Allán Laville, School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org Overview In the training of Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs), it
Rita Balestrini, School of Literature and Languages, email@example.com Overview Between 2016 and 2018, I led a project aiming to enhance
Alison Fenner, International Study and Language Institute
Ali Nicholson, International Study and Language Institute firstname.lastname@example.org Overview Between 2016 and 2018 we have run a Tandem
Dr Maria Kambouri-Danos, Institute of Education
Kim Shahabudin & Helen Hathaway, Library (Study Advice) email@example.com
Dr Karen Jones & Dr Maria Kambouri-Danos, Institute of Education firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Nathalie Folkerts, School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison Fenner, Lecturer, International Study and Language Institute email@example.com
Sonia Hood, Study Adviser, Library
Dr Despoina Mantzari, School of Law firstname.lastname@example.org Overview In June 2016 I was awarded a small University of Reading Teaching
Dr Amanda Callaghan, School of Biological Sciences email@example.com Overview The Cole Museum of Zoology (the Cole) houses a number of
Professor Helen Parish, School of Humanities firstname.lastname@example.org Year of activity: 2014-15 Overview The project investigated recent research and practice in peer
Dr Jeanne-Louise Moys, School of Arts and Communication Design email@example.com Year of activity: 2014–15 Overview The project explored what kinds
Professor Jane Setter, School of Literature and Languages firstname.lastname@example.org Year of activity: 2014-15 Overview Students and staff worked together during
Assessing the impact of internationalisation on students, from both a UK student perspective and a NUIST student perspective
Dr Philippa Cranwell, School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy email@example.com Year(s) of activity: 2014/15 Overview The project assessed the impact
Developing the module ‘Persuasive Writing’ and considering the professional development of our students
Dr Cindy Becker, Literature and Languages firstname.lastname@example.org Year of activity: 2014/15 Overview In order to allow a module offered within
Dr Amanda Branson, Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences email@example.com Year of activity: 2014-15 Overview This project focused on identifying challenges
Professor Michelle O’Callaghan, School of Literature and Languages firstname.lastname@example.org Overview The project ‘Teaching the Digital Text: Literature and the New
Core Issues in English Language Teaching: building student autonomy, technology-enhanced skills and employability
Dr Clare Wright, School of Literature and Languages email@example.com Year(s) of activity: 2014-15 Overview This project aimed to build student