The Pedagogy of Space....The final frontier! Jonathan Westaway UCLan LIS
Is the lecture dead? Should all learning be active, collaborative and workshop based? How do we get students to engage in inquiry? How can we get them learning in the affective as well as the cognitive realm? Does active learning require students to move around the space they learn in? Is motion the key to motivation? Does it require us as educators to move outside our comfort zone?
Historical tableaux of the Trans-Atlantic Slave TradeDr. Alan Rice, JOMEC, UCLan
Chemistry, performance, and pedagogyan interactive approach to periodic trend Farrer, N. J. Et al, (2010), ‘(RSC)2: chemistry, performance, and pedagogy – an interactive approach to the periodic table’. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 11, 308-313. DOI: 10.1039/CORP90011G
Building the hierarchy of the courts in a lecture theatreLancashire Law School, UCLan
Web of Science & Scopus: Searching the Academic LiteratureUCLan LIS/GRS