Active Learning Projects (2016 - 2017)

Active learning projects within CHERP.

  • Using the Optometry clinic to provide visual difficulties awareness training for student teachers (Report)
  • What impact does the physical learning space have on peer learning? (Report)
  • Flipped Classroom: a pedagogical model for active learning and increased student engagement
  • Using the cloud-based audience response system Nearpod to enhance engagement in lectures (Report)
  • Scaled-up Social Psychology: A move in the right direction? (Report)
  • Getting the Picture: Technology Enabled VISUAL Active Learning for immunology
  • Student-centred learning: Using evidence-based practice to help students manage their learning (Report)
  • Measuring the effectiveness of active learning environments using physiological measures of arousal (Report)
  • Staff and student collaborative development of a digital video library of gas permeable contact lens fits to enhance optometry student training (Report)
  • Collaborative learning strategies in Art & Design (Report 1) (Report 2)
  • ‘Illustration Space' (Report)
  • Architectural Technology – student partnership project in Learning Hub Jordanstown (Paper)
  • Learning group improvisation in a site interaction context (Report)
  • Random Twist: Setting the Stage for Creative Collaboration
  • Creative Centres not Call Centres (Report)
  • Confidence Building – the vital link to Employability (Report)
  • Make it Count (MIC) (Report)
  • Improving engineering education using research informed active learning methods (Report)
  • Active Learning in  Law (Report)The Student Voice: Supporting and Promoting Student-Staff Partnerships within the Faculty of Social Sciences at Ulster University (Report)
  • Digital pedagogies and enquiry-based learning in group study context (Report)
  • Using the Bloomberg Professional Service to Provide Opportunities for Applied Research Skills across Business Subject Disciplines (Report)
  • Active apps: using content curation apps to facilitate active engagement in flexible learning environments (Report)
  • Rethinking PowerPoint for Active Learning: If we do what we’ve always done, we’ll get what we always got  (Report)