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Theory of Learning and Teaching:
Summative co-assessment: A deep learning approach to enhancing employability skills and attributes. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 15(1) 39–51
Service Learning: Thinking Outside the Box. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol 11(1) 43–53
Teaching autonomy ‘Reading groups’ and the development of autonomous learning practices. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol 6(3): 182–193
Lecture 3 Portfolio Production
Analysing student perceptions of transferable skills via undergraduate degree programmes. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol 6(2): 132–144
Integrating progress files into the academic process A review of case studies. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol 9(1): 57–71
Lecture 4 Reflexive Practice:
Noteworthy matters for attention in reflective journal writing Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 15, 1: pp. 53-64
Encouraging students to reflect as part of the assessment process. Student responses and tutor feedback. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol 1 (1): 79-92
Barriers to Reflective Practice: The Changing Nature of Higher Education Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 4, 3: pp. 243-255.
Collaborative and reflective professional development: A pilot. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 7, 1: pp. 63-71.
a) Time and/or commitment management (think about home/University/work/volunteering/leisure etc)
b) Work relationships
d) Difficulties with written reflection
Learning about reflection from the student
Active Learning in Higher Education, Vol. 6, 3: pp. 207-217
Lecture 5 Professionalism:
Can pay, should pay? Exploring employer and student perceptions of paid and unpaid placements. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 16, 2: pp. 149-164.
‘It’s just like an extra string to your bow’: Exploring higher education students’ perceptions and experiences of extracurricular activity and employability. Active Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 14, 2: pp. 135-147.
Creative Interventions. AN HEA NTFS FUNDED PROJECT REPORT
Willis 2011 Creative Professionals for A World Of Complexity, Change and
Competition. Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Vol. 6, No. 2, ECE Conference 2011 - Special Issue December 2011, pp. 268-291
Employability in higher education: what it is – what it is not. HEA
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