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Curriculum review is part of the University’s Teaching Transformation Programme and is one area that schools might prioritise in their teaching development agenda. This might mean, for example, adding an international dimension, supporting students in the transition into HE, or reviewing the distribution of modules within programmes.
Research suggests that students learn best when they are actively participating in their education. We encourage students to take ownership of their learning as part of developing skills of independent thinking.
Dr Rachel ScudamoreTeaching and Learning Directorate
What colleagues are saying about curriculum design- @UoN blogs
Defining what your students should be able to do.
Managing the transition from previous educational experiences into UK Higher Education.
The curriculum, students and the subject in an international context.
Research is the curriculum and students as novice researchers.
Our responsibility is to manage and improve the quality of life of the global population.
Developing students' employability skills over the duration of their studies.
Adressing teaching issues with what technology has to offer.
Engaging all students fully with the subject so that they can learn effectively.
Using teaching materials and learning resources residing in the public domain.
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