Here are some thoughts about moving beyond inclusivity in the classroom – taken from my recent presentation at the Borderland Retreat.Continue Reading
We’ve undertaken a review of all Change Maker modules to map our engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across our curricula. Continue Reading
A research seminar given by Elizabeth Hauke on Non-Traditional Academic Writing.
‘Joining the dots: making connections by drawing from the slow movement in the classroom’ was presented at the Imperial Festival of Learning and Teaching in May 2022. This post will introduce the slow movement and slow ideology, and show how this might inspire thinking and talking about making connections in the classroom, scaffolding those moments of connection and relating connectedness to learning. Continue Reading
Having graduated on 1st January 2022, my PhD thesis is now freely available to download from Spiral. This is not your traditional thesis – but it is an easy, accessible and fun read. Continue Reading
We presented a paper at the National Interdisciplinary Education Conference (Online) about our Dear Change Maker research, entitled: Dear Change Maker: Using Correspondence to Develop a Visual Reflective Practice. Continue Reading
Change Makers’ student Dhanya Mahadevan shares some insights about learning online with us this year. Continue Reading
I recently had the pleasure of co-presenting a paper at the Change Agents Network annual conference ‘The Evolving Landscape of Staff-Student Partnership’ at the Open University with four undergraduate Change Makers students. Continue Reading