Dear Content Contributor,
Last time, we discussed on active learning. Active learning can make learning experience more interactive, inclusive, and help embrace different learning styles. Active learning places the student in a more central role in a classroom, and allows students to engage with the course and course content in a different way. I hope you find it interesting.
This week, we want to talk on Technology-enhanced learning for efficiencies and enhancement. Technology helps to make the staff/student relationship more productive with universities embracing it to improve teaching and enhance the learning experience.
‘Efficiency’ is a term which is still regarded with some suspicion by many people working in learning and teaching within higher education, due to its association with cost-cutting and a perceived trade-off with quality.
'Efficiency' is a term which is still regarded with some suspicion by many people
However, looking at the long hours worked by so many staff, I believe it’s crucial for everyone that universities ensure as far as possible that staff and student planning learning experience. Click to Read More
You can also read our previous tips from HERE
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Prof. O. M. Arigbede
Director, Centre for Innovation and Strategy in Learning and Teaching