Enhancing College-Based Higher Education: Conference Report

Cartoon by John Spencer (CC-BY-2.0). The caption reads: She keeps talking about student engagement, but I'm too young to be getting married

In July 2015 I had the pleasure of facilitating a workshop on Flipped Learning at Capturing HE-ness: A Teaching and Learning Conference to Enhance College-Based Higher Education,  which was hosted by the University of Greenwich Access and Partnerships Unit for our

Reflections on the Apple Mobile Learning Days

Image adapted from 'Ipad is coming' by Jacco van Giessen via Flickr
On the 22nd and 23rd June 2105 the faculty of Science & Engineering organised “Apple Mobile Learning Day” events on Medway campus and in Stockwell Street respectively. My colleague Yang Yang attended in Medway, whilst I went to Stockwell Street. This

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

Sparking Ideas – Sharing Educational Innovation (Shift 2015)


Over 140 staff and students from the across the university attended Shift 2015: Sparking Ideas – Sharing Educational Innovation organised by the Teaching Fellow Network. More than 30 colleagues presented two themed sessions, Lighting the fire and fanning the flames of

EDU Open Lectures – Helen Keegan on networked creatvity

Helen Keegan, National Teaching Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the University of Salford gave our first open lecture for the Educational Development Unit and Greenwich Connect on Transformations in Practice and Pedagogy through Networked Creativity.

Helen’s presentation slides can be