Guides & case studies
In this section you can explore a selection of case studies demonstrating inspiring teaching practices and projects taking place around UCL. These have been categorised according to the area of teaching they best showcase.
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Dr Andrew Cook (UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science) discusses the way he uses video to 'tell the story' of heart morphology with video equipment and his technique which may have application in your area of teaching.
Working with E-Learning Environments, UCL Arena Teaching Associate Programme leaders in CALT have been trialling Workshop (Moodle’s peer assessment tool) to run a peer review activity with participants. Now on the second iteration, Dr Mira Vogel reports on some opportunities and lessons learned.
Matt Jenner (Distance Learning Facilitator, UCL E-learning Environments) discusses his Provost’s Teaching Award, technology and “teaching the teachers”.
Professor Andrea Sella (UCL Chemistry) discusses the various ways in which creating his own teaching videos help him to “shake things up and make things different.”
Recent Provost’s Teaching Award winner Dr Ilan Adler (UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering) explains the value of students collaborating with industry; they have gained experience and skills through real and lasting contributions to major international organisations.
Professor Margot Finn (UCL History) achieved institutional recognition at this year’s Provost’s Teaching Awards for her innovative approach to undergraduate teaching.
According to Lasse Johansson (Course Tutor, Open City Docs School within UCL Anthropology) the answer is “definitely”.
Moderating an online forum can provide your students with an inclusive digital space for them to share their ideas with one another. Steve Rowett and Jessica Gramp, part of the UCL E-learning Environments team, discuss ways to facilitate this.