[48] Be engaged in situative learning/ Hands on!

Be engaged in situative learning/ Hands on! Author (s) Marcela Bezdickova Lecturer in Anatomy Swansea University Medical School Abstract Classroom learning differs from activities involved in situative learning embedded within activity, and background. Situative practice theory posits that learning is unintentional and situated within authentic activity, context, and culture. It allows students to interact and…

[49] Blended Learning Stories

POSTER Blended Learning Stories Author (s) Melanie Hainke Senior Learning Technologist Eve Moriarty, Sean Cahill, Paul Holland, Marc Holmes Abstract How can you develop and implement Blended Learning into a module? The Blended Learning Pilot initiated by Paul Holland, Dean of Educational Technology, seeks to provide training and support for university staff to develop and…

[51] Examining Understanding and Use of Feedback

POSTER Examining Understanding and Use of Feedback Author (s) Rhian Worth Tutor College of Arts and Humanities Carole Butler, Wendy Ore Abstract Feedback is an important feature of assessment, and its importance is well recognised in the literature. For example, Hattie and Timperley (2007) stated that “feedback is one of the most powerful influences on…

[52] Inclusive practice in the lecture

Inclusive practice in the lecture Author (s) Lowri Edwards Lecturer College of Engineering Kayleigh Rose and Almudena Ortiz-Urquiza Abstract ‘In an inclusive lecture, instructors and students work together to create and sustain an environment in which everyone feels safe, supported, and encouraged to express their views and concerns (University of Michigan 2011)’. Ultimately, the inclusiveness…

[53] Integrating Population Health and Medical Sciences for undergraduate provision

Integrating Population Health and Medical Sciences for undergraduate provision Author (s) Kerina Jones Associate Professor Swansea University Medical School Associate Professor Jodie Croxall Abstract The aims of this poster presentation are to: 1) describe the rationale for integrating the teaching of population health science at undergraduate level; 2) show how the curriculum was developed with…

[55] Introduction of clinical diagnostic equipment into laboratory sessions on undergraduate degree programmes within the CHHS

POSTER Introduction of clinical diagnostic equipment into laboratory sessions on undergraduate degree programmes within the CHHS Author (s) Maria Andrade Senior Lecturer College of Human and Health Sciences John Knight, Zubeyde Bayram-Weston Abstract Aims: To enhance student experience and provide a deeper learning of anatomy, physiology and pathology by familiarising students with the use of…

[56] Meeting the challenges and reaping the benefits of tripartite support for students under-taking the Community Health Studies programmes.

POSTER Meeting the challenges and reaping the benefits of tripartite support for students under-taking the Community Health Studies programmes.  Author (s) Amanda Thomas Lecturer College of Human and Health Sciences Nia Griffin Abstract Student expectation is rising with regard to the quality and support provided by their institution and supporting health board. This poster will…