The University of Exeter’s Academic Practice Network (APN) offers a flexible space for colleagues to meet, share and celebrate good practice through flexible seminars, workshops and other events. For more information on the APN and to see our schedule of events, please visit our main website.
This blog supports the Academic Practice Network, raising awareness not only of the good practice taking place at the university, but also a wide range of resources aimed at developing practice in teaching and learning across all disciplines.
Recent Blog Posts:
- Flipped Teaching in technical modules - Professor Peter Ashwin – Mathematics (University of Exeter) The presentation is the result of a 2 year experiment where professor Ashwin completely flipped a 4th year UG and master module: ECMM717 Dynamical systems and chaos. A course that had been 33 per one hour lecture over one semester became: Playlist of videos [8 videos approximately … Continue reading Flipped Teaching in technical modules
- Encountering emotions in academia - It was our pleasure to participate in Dr Donna Poade’s APN workshop, which reflected on how we – as staff working within a university – each navigate our emotional journey through life in academia or in a higher education environment. The ways in which our research, teaching, and/or tutoring affects us on a personal level … Continue reading Encountering emotions in academia
- Team Science Education - APN Session 26 November 2018 Dr Sawsan Khuri is a Lecturer at Exeter College of Medicine and Health, and an independent Collaboration Consultant. Sawsan explained what Team Science is, why we should include Team Science Education and Training in our focus, and how to build a Team Science curriculum. Why is it important/relevant? Among the … Continue reading Team Science Education
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