Using Moodle quizzes, polls and survey activities in Teaching and Learning

4000 questions & answers

Adapted from “pocket quiz book” by Chris Drumm [CC BY 2.0]

A review of recent literature on the use of quizzes clearly associates them with positive learning outcomes, including increased student achievement, attendance, engagement, confidence and improved student learning experience. …

Developing Media Skills for Online Teaching

Storyboarding at the NRIWe’ve been working closely with academic staff in the Natural Resources Institute over the past few months, as they prepare to launch their new fully online MSc in Food Safety and Quality Management.

In addition to facilitating bespoke curriculum development workshops

Recording students’ physical performances for reflection and feedback

Adapted from 'As You Like It #3' by Thompson River University via Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) The university has recently confirmed funding for the Panopto video recording and playback system, following the pilot in the first part of the year. During the pilot, we wanted to focus on four separate use scenarios: recording teaching in classrooms,

Exploring how flipped learning supports students in developing problem solving skills [SHIFT2015]

This is a follow up post exploring the work of Dr. Tatiana Simmonds (Principal Lecturer, Computing and Information Systems Department) and Zoe Swan (Senior Lecturer in Law). The first post, Flipped classroom at the University of Greenwich: our lecturers discuss, featured an interview conversation

Enhancing students’ digital information sharing with Branch


My name is Wim Vandekerckhove, and I’m a Principal Lecturer from Faculty of Business. I used equipment provided by the 2014/2015 Seed fund as part of a digital research theme using Google Nexuses with my Business Ethics Course. Below I

Flipped classrooms at the University of Greenwich: our lecturers discuss


Ah this flipping flip again …  Since Colorado Science teachers Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams sparked excitement and discussions around the flipped classroom in K-12 Education, many educators have pointed out that a similar method has been practised for years

Peer guidance: student-created audio assessment guides

Gavin Rand, who teaches History, Politics, and Social Sciences at the University of Greenwich, had a creative and collaborative idea to utilise the experience of his Level 5 History students to create audio assessment guides for his Level 4 History