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Teaching Development Project report for Adrian Crookes February 2013
This is an action research project that investigates whether exploring group members' skills through a game could have a positive effect on collaboration.
Will enabling students to define the evaluation criteria, establish a shared language framework and identify ‘best practice’ in a crit, achieve an active arena of student communication
The main intervention described in this report was directed at my film editing software induction course and implemented ‘constructive alignment’ to practice.
A brief video describing my Action Research Teaching Development Project.
Striking a balance between practice and open practice, what does it mean to operate in a digital environment? Chris Follows, University of the arts London 2011
PG Cert Learning and Teaching 2010
Manda Helal, Ceramic & General Technician
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