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  • Flipping French Grammar

    Flipping Project Case Study: Sandrine Alegre presents a case study of the pilot Flipping Project in PoLIS for the French Grammar course.

  • Flipping Quantum Physics

    Flipping Project Case Study: Dr Alessandro Narduzzo presents a case study of the pilot Flipping Project in the Department of Physics for the Introduction to Quantum Physics unit.

  • Flipping: Introduction

    Flipping is a useful case study to use to consider how we may teach the same course, content, and outcomes in a different way. It won’t work for everything, but it raises some useful questions for thinking about your course....

  • Constructive Alignment

    What is constructive alignment? Constructive alignment is a theoretical framework for learning design based around the idea of aligning the learning outcomes, the learning activities, and the assessment in a constructivist framework. The theory was developed by John Biggs and...

  • Advice to myself as a new academic

    We asked past participants of the Bath Course what one piece of advice to they would give to themselves as a new lecturer/teaching fellow. Here are a selection of responses grouped under some common themes of Confidence, Students, Teaching, Developing,...

  • How my teaching has developed

    Dr John Chew from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath discusses how his teaching has developed and what has helped.

  • Feedback options

    Dr John Chew from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath describes how he introduces students to verbal and written feedback on his course and provides to option to receive feedback on some work.

  • Encouraging participation in lectures

    Dr John Chew from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath discusses how he encourages participation gradually in the early lectures of a course.

  • Linking teaching to our research

    Dr John Chew from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath discusses how he links to his research and that of the department to help motivate the students to think about applications.

  • Preparing the first lecture

    Dr John Chew from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath discusses his preparation for the first lecture of a course and the importance of revision to making good first impressions.