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Agile Manchester conference 2017

After the great line up in 2016 I was looking forward to speaking at this years event.

My talk was based on my “Hello… I’m your project manager” talk that I did at… 190 more words

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The One Resource That Every Classroom Needs

I love a good IKEA shop. I live for a browse around Tiger. Wandering around a Wilko makes me ridiculously happy. Why? Because they are a goldmine of fantastic teaching resources. 1,192 more words

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Can incorporating factors that influence career choices into the undergraduate curriculum ensure that the University is producing graduates that are better matched to their chosen vocation?

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Author(s) Caryl Richards, Marianne Broderick ( Student Contribution)

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Specialty selection by trainee doctors leaves some specialties oversubscribed while others have difficulty recruiting. Although vocational training forms part of the medical school teaching, it does not address all the factors that influence specialty selection. 690 more words

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WHAT GENRE IS YOUR BOOK?

The first question asked when a writer sends a manuscript to an agent, a publisher or a self publishing site, is “What genre is it?” Several Years ago, I wrote a blog defining the many Art Genres. 1,059 more words

The use of remote labs to contextualize learning and teaching in engineering mathematics

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Author(s) Marcelo Zannin, Natércia Lima, Arcelina Marques, Ricardo Costa, Gustavo Alves, Karin Ennser, Juarez B. da Silva, Ingvar Gustavsson.

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Interdisciplinary education is an important aspect of critical thinking development in engineering students, as they prepare for their careers. 626 more words

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Critical Skills in the Humanities

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Author(s) Mario von der Ruhr

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The presentation has two aims, viz., (i) to share with participants the results of recently conducted (formative) in-class exercises testing humanities’ undergraduates’ knowledge of English composition, citation conventions, and critical reasoning skills, and (ii) to stimulate reflection on how the students’ competence in these basic skills might be enhanced at Level 4, in particular. 234 more words

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Using Whatsapp and Wikipedia as Learning and Teaching drivers

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How can we use Whatsapp and Wikipedia as drivers for learning? With the help of the Wikimedia UK in 2016/17 we did just that in Competition Law, using both to change how the module is delivered and assessed. 551 more words

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