Flipping the classroom for adult nursing students: a case study

PRESENTATION Author(s) Gabby Rowley-Conwy Abstract The aim of this project was to explore the use of the flipped classroom for second year undergraduate adult nursing students. The flipped classroom promotes active learning, student engagement and student achievement. During the project, four theory lectures on assessment skills were replaced by interactive ‘Learning Packs’ using an online…

Using Kipling to teach research methods

PRESENTATION Author(s) Helen Hodges Abstract I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who. The ‘Kipling’s Wise Men’ or 5WH Approach is considered to be the backbone of journalism and is commonly used in policing contexts to promote creative…

How virtual reality can enhance real-life learning and teaching.

WORKSHOP Author(s) Marc Holmes, Laura Mason, Rhian Kerton, Paul Holland Abstract The College of Engineering is aiming to lead in the implementation of innovative learning and teaching methodology. One of the technologies identified with potential to enhance the student experience is Virtual Reality. VR products have seen significant development in recent years providing a wealth…