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Using educational research to inform our teaching

Dr Velda McCune (Institute for Academic Development) and Dr Kate Saunders (School of GeoSciences) Presentation from Senate in May 2017.

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Developing a student and research-led course

Dr Meryl Kenny (School of Social and Political Science) and James Bryson (Student, Politics). Presentation from Senate in May 2017.

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Creating and delivering a research-led University-wide online course: presenting perspectives on sustainability, encouraging critical reflection

Creating and delivering a research-led University-wide online course: presenting perspectives on sustainability, encouraging critical reflection. Professor Dave Reay (School of GeoSciences),…

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BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences: inspiring students through research-rich learning and teaching

Dr Philip Larkman (Biomedical Sciences) Presentation to Senate May 2017.

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Marwa Mouazen on teaching Arabic in the School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures

Marwa Mouazen, Arabic Teaching Fellow, in the School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures, shares her approaches to language learning teaching.

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School of Geosciences Cairngorms field trip

Lecturers and students from the School of Geosciences share their thoughts on a field trip to the Cairngorms.

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Professor Alan Murray - School of Engineering

Professor Alan Murray talks about his approach to learning and teaching.

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Professor Alan Murray - School of Engineering

Professor Alan Murray talks about his approach to learning and teaching.

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Celebrating good teaching at the EUSA Teaching Awards 2016

Hear shortlisted teachers and students talk about what good teaching means to them.

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Dr Heather McQueen – Assessment and Feedback

Dr Heather McQueen describes her innovative approach to assessment in the Biological Sciences.

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Simon Riley, Biomedical Sciences

Dr Simon Riley on active, student-centred teaching in the Biomedical Sciences.

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Innovative Learning Week - Teaching Matters

Professor Lesley McAra, Assistant Principal Community Relations, discusses community engagement and experiential learning alongside organisers of events for Innovative Learning Week 2016. Perry…

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Dr Richard Milne at the School of Biological Sciences

Richard Milne shares his thoughts on what makes a good teacher.

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Professor Susan Rhind at the Vet School

Professor Susan Rhind, Chair of Veterinary Education, discusses some of the different projects going on at the Vet School, which have been designed to inspire and educate students.

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Graeme Laurie - Edinburgh Law School

Professor Graeme Laurie on embedding practical teaching into the Law curriculum.

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Professor Siân Bayne - Digital Education

Professor Siân Bayne on digital education and online distance learning.

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