Inclusivity and Differentiation

Published:

14-10-2020

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Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Sandra Abegglen (University of Calgary), Emma Gillaspy (University of Central Lancashire), and Tom Burns and Sandra Sinfield (London Metropolitan University) - all are members of ALDinHE and are involved in the #creativeHE community. There will be a follow up to this blog in November, where we will...

Lego people demonstrating academics at work

Published:

08-10-2020

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Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

The week’s #Take5 blog is brought to you from Dr Carina Buckley Instructional Design Manager at Solent University and ALDinHE Co-chair. Recently Carina spoke in a webinar about how her institution, Solent, has approached online delivery whilst keeping students at the heart of their learning. It went very well - but for those who couldn’t...

Picture of online engagement

Published:

01-10-2020

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Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Kate Coulson who is Head of Learning Development at the University of Northampton and the Secretary of the Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education (ALDinHE). Here she tries to summarise the current face-to-face  and hybrid teaching situation for Learning Developers from September 2020. Photo: Kate Coulson...

Kate Coulson face in full visor/mask mode!

Published:

24-09-2020

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Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

Happy new academic year! As many of us return to a COVID-HE, where we are still working from home - and wrangling our face to face courses into some form of active and creative online learning experience, we at #Take5 are pleased to bring you this blog post from Ben, Debbie and Anne of Bournemouth...

Image of a mountain view across a lake

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