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PLanT Projects Scheme award winners 2018/19

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The Centre for Quality Support and Development is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Partnerships in Learning and Teaching (PLanT) Projects scheme. The PLanT scheme aims to support small-scale collaborative projects between students and staff working as partners to identify problems, find solutions, and enhance teaching and learning at the University.

This year, which has been the most competitive to date, ten awards of up to £500 each were granted to the following projects:

Lead Staff Member

School

Project Title

Amanda Millmore

School of Law

Diversifying assessment in collaboration with students in order to embed employability skills into a new module

Dr Sam Bizley

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Using an electronic portfolio platform for professional development of pharmacy students

Dr Dan Jones

School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

Universally speaking: crossing cultural & generational boundaries - a seminar series

Dr Paddy Bullard

School of Literature and Languages

Students Talk: Connecting with The MERL

Dr Rachel Horton

School of Law

Podcasting: engaging students as co-creators of course learning material

Dr Anna Tsakalaki

Institute of Education

Re-think Assessment: Revamping the PG Cert SENCo assessment – practices that work

Dr Jenny Eyley

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Chemistry – What’s in it for me?

Suraj Varia & Catherine Langran

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Piloting General Practice (GP) experiential learning for MPharm Year 3 students.

Christine Ellison

School of Arts and Communication Design

ACD International Mentorship Project

Prof Martin Bell

School of Archaeology, Geography & Environmental Science

Co-creation of knowledge through practical workshops on Experimental Archaeology

 

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