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. …

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,

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

Using Pinterest for Learning and Teaching

Pinterest is “is a tool for collecting and organizing things you love” (Pinterest, 2013) but can also be used to share and find online content. The main difference between social bookmarking sites like delicious and Pinterest, is that Pinterest