Video-conferencing allowed students to benefit from the range of expertise within classics departments in Wales.
Podcasting allows students to see a series of images of archaeological sites or objects, and to listen to an 'expert' commentary made in the field.
Could the tools in Blackboard be used to provide a separate 10 credit assessment that would not greatly increase the marking load?
Geological Record of Environmental Change (GEL201) has 35 students on it and investigates the reconstruction of climatic and environmental change from the geological (rock) record.
A World café is currently an under-used learning and teaching method that provides an opportunity for conversations that matter to those involved. Providing students and service user and carer colleagues with the chance to create their own learning situation was a central part of this project.
This module provides an understanding of ethics and values applied to social work practice. Particular reference will be made to the social processes that lead to social exclusion in Wales and their impact on day-to-day life and service provision.
For large modules taught within the College of Engineering at Swansea University such as the level 1 module Scientific & Engineering Skills (EG168) and Engineering Analysis (EG189/190), it is a considerable challenge for the lecturer(s) to develop a meaningful relationship with students.
Dr Darren Oatley (Chemical Engineering) is the module leader for EG-M85 – Strategic Project Planning. It is a cross disciplinary engineering module where Masters Level students come together to work
The learners are final year undergraduate students reading either the BA in Translation Studies or Joint Honours: Spanish/French, Spanish/German, Spanish/Italian, as well as Exchange students
This module is a level 2 optional module for students studying for a BSc in Early Childhood Studies. The module ‘Outdoor play and learning’ involves students in studying academic theory .
A significant proportion of the students took an active part in the wiki. About one third to half of the group contributed pages, so that from most pairs of students at least some results ended up in the wiki.
As well as the objective of writing the exam, the session worked as a revision session with students exploring the meaning of terms and subjects and how they related to what they had learnt during the course.
Academic: Dr. Lucinda Matthews-Jones - College of Arts & Humanities Librarians: Katrina Dalziel & Dr. Ian GlenSALT Team: Chris Hall
Academic: Dr. Sam Webster - College of MedicineLibrarians: Dr. Sam Oakley, Dr. Ian Glen and Susan GlenSALT Team: Chris Hall
Children and the Law, is a 20 credits Level III, Law LLB, single and joint honours, elective final year module. Its primary subject area is children’s human rights and domestic (UK law).
When teaching human anatomy to medical students some structures are hard or impossible to demonstrate, even with a collection of cadavers and plastic models.
The module is part of the Swansea Legal Practice Course, which is a one year full time postgraduate diploma.
An Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology is a compulsory second year module for all Egyptology students.
Health protection is a core element of Public Health Practice, but it is challenging to teach beyond standard theoretical delivery and assessment.
Strategic Project Planning is a cross disciplinary engineering module where Masters level students come together to work with each other, in mixed discipline groups, on a variety of engineering issues
This is a 10 credit Taught/ lecture based module with 100+ 1st year pre-registration nursing students. It is a core module for the field of adult nursing on the BSc Nursing programme.
This exercise is in the Financial & Management Accounting module for MSc Management students.