Find out how the Imperial College Advanced Hackspace team adapted their hands-on and practical Change Makers Making and Prototyping module to a pandemic-proof hands-on and practical remote delivery model. Post by David Miller and Harry Barnett, Hackspace Fellows
How can you teach from your front room? And how can you facilitate connections for a class of students based all over the world? Continue Reading
Explore this series of posts to find out how we have transformed our Change Makers modules to make them pandemic-proof. Continue Reading
We are delighted that our student artwork was displayed at a national event recently.
The last time I set an assignment for students in my class, I did something different. Continue Reading
We’ve been lucky enough to use a flexible new learning space on campus. How has it been working out?
Guest authors Camilla Audia and James Porter share their reflections on a learning experiment inspired by our Active Learning Design case study. Continue Reading
I recently gave a Talking Teaching presentation on how we embed ‘Learning Fitness’ skills and values into the Change Makers curricula and learning design. Continue Reading
As part of this SRHE event on 3rd April 2019, I gave a talk about my paper ‘Understanding The World Today‘ – broadly covering what interpretive dance, ribbon and getting thrown out of a club have to do with navigating a world of fake news. Continue Reading
We recently faced a challenging teaching situation – accommodating 170+ individuals for the opening session of a highly interactive and student-led module, in a raked lecture theatre with a 150 seat capacity, poor acoustics and very limited access in and out of the seats. Continue Reading