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…

FACTS: Using Video conference to create virtual communities of practice

PRESENTATION Author(s) Ana Da Silva, Mike Gilbert Abstract Faculty Development is a seen as fundamental responsibility of all medical schools and a critical activity in order to be able to train licensed medical professionals. In the United Kingdom the General Medical Council recognised the specific requirements of the role of educators and teachers. This regulatory…

Virtual field courses: widening access to ecosystems

POSTER Author (s) Wendy Harris, Marc Holmes, Aisling Devine, Dan Eastwood, Dan Forman, Naomi Ginnever, Ian Horsfall, Penny Neyland, Laura Roberts, Gabriela Pinto-Juma, Gethin Thomas Abstract Biosciences are experiencing increasing numbers of students with a range of disabilities, challenging our abilities to provide experiential learning opportunities for all students. We are working together with the Immersive…