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Experiences and reflections on the impact of Covid on in-person teaching

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Spring term 2021). The presenters were Stephanie Luke. Abstract: Stephanie provided an insight into her experiences of teaching under socially-distancing restrictions, supported by research into the experiences and preferences of her students. You can access the [...]

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Faculty opinions regarding the incorporation of systems thinking into undergraduate chemistry education

This session took place as part of the 2021 Conference. The presenters were Alice Jackson and Glenn Hurst. Abstract: Research suggests that systems thinking is beneficial to education. It has been proposed that training students using systems thinking techniques may enhance their abilities to work on interdisciplinary projects to understand and solve some of the [...]

Introducing students to effective learning strategies on a university-wide scale

This session took place as part of the 2020 Conference. The presenters were Walter Jansen. Abstract: Did you know that 75% of the students use ineffective learning strategies when preparing for their exams and tutorials? When entering university, it is difficult to find a good study strategy. Based on decades of cognitive psychological research on [...]

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The Promise and Perils of Learning on the Move: Walking as a Teaching Tool

This session took place as part of the 2020 Conference. The presenters were Ruth Penfold-Mounce. Abstract: Walking is an experiential and a well-established method for conducting ethnographic research and as a route to understanding and perceiving an environment. However there is limited use of walking as a research led pedagogic tool. This workshop proposes walking [...]

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