Improving Teaching and Learning in Engineering

The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) have produced this series of resources to encourage practitioners to develop their skills and enhance their students' learning. There are a range of topics covered and these include:
* Talking about teaching and learning
* Managing group learning
* Listening to learners
* Assessment for learning
* Active learning
* Theory into practice
* Work projects
* Coaching
* Adapting resources
The materials include extensive practitioner guidance, video clips, session plans and learning resources.



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Listening to Learners' Thinking

Produced by LSIS, these resources encourage practitioners to actively listen to students' discussions. By doing so, it can give an insight into the students' understanding and misconceptions. The materials include two video clips of learners discussing how to rearrange a mathematical equation. Included with the...

Managing Group Learning

Produced by LSIS, this resource uses an electrical and electronic symbols activity to look at managing group learning. Guidance notes and a video illustrate how the session can be run. Printed resources include a video clip, session plan and the resources required to run the electronic symbols activity and...

Theory Into Practice

Produced by LSIS, these materials contain a video featuring a group of students from Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA). They are in the second year of their course and have completed their work placement. They have seen how their classroom learning applies in the workplace and are returning to...

Work Projects That Work

Produced by the LSIS, these materials include a video featuring a group of second year BTEC students from Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) discussing the nature of their work-based project and what they got out of it. By working on a project of real value to the company, students are highly...


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