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Detective in Toxicology

During our Target Organ Toxicology course, we learned a study method, problem-based learning (PBL). We were put into groups and given a story to solve the problem on our own. 660 more words


AECT 2017 Presentation

I am privileged to be giving a high impact talk at the Association for Educational Communication & Technologies (AECT) in Jacksonville, Florida this coming November 8th.   37 more words


Time to shove on that projector! Presentation time.

Within today’s contextual study lesson, there was no class. Personally, I found this quite a shame as I’m a right top nerd, me- education is m’thayng, and I love nothing more than putting pen to paper and note taking, skipping through generations and era’s, looking back at art through the ages. 265 more words


Interview on Newstalk ZB Christchurch, 19 Oct 2017

Listen in on demand as Kenny speaks with Canterbury Mornings Host Chris Lynch on Newstalk ZB about growing up with Cleft Lip and Palate, and the upcoming film night for  28 more words


Obesity, corpulence and emaciation in Roman art by Mark Bradley (a summary)

As you can probably tell, the article in question talks about depictions and interpretations of obesity and emaciation in ancient Greece and ancient Rome.  For both body types, there is a good interpretation as well as an unfavourable one. 658 more words


Guest presentation by Masuko Miyahara, ICU. 2 November.

Date: Thursday November 2, 207
Room: 8116
Time: 12.15 – 1.00 (or until 1.30 to continue the discussion)

Narratives in Language Learning Research: Towards building a Reflexive Framework… 377 more words


Presentation by Christina Gkonou, University of Essex, UK. Nov 15.

Title: Oscillating between emotional labour and emotional rewards in language teaching


In this talk, we will consider how English language teachers’ agency, emotions, and experience are dialogically mediated and socioculturally constituted by examining how teachers exercise their agency and how they make use of and interpret their many years of experience in managing their emotions whilst teaching. 337 more words