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  1. More creative, more curious: Nick Midgley on the benefits of gaining…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/mar/more-creative-more-curious-nick-midgley-benefits-gaining-arena-fellowship

    11 Mar 2019: Applying for Fellowship helped the Associate Professor in UCL Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology to review his own teaching, and be more open-minded about the task of leadership in education

    Applying for Fellowship helped the Associate Professor in UCL Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology to review his own teaching, and be more open-minded about the task of leadership in education

  2. Giving students permission to fail in laboratory experiments, with…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/feb/giving-students-permission-fail-laboratory-experiments-positive-results

    12 Feb 2019: Dr Paul Bartlett, UCL Physics and Astronomy, explains how giving students the freedom to answer questions that haven’t been asked encourages deep learning of experimental techniques.

    Dr Paul Bartlett, UCL Physics and Astronomy, explains how giving students the freedom to answer questions that haven’t been asked encourages deep learning of experimental techniques.

  3. Six ways to get students to really learn during a lecture | Teaching…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/jan/six-ways-get-students-really-learn-during-lecture

    31 Jan 2019: Dr Elinor Bailey, UCL Physics and Astronomy, shares some top tips for active learning

    Dr Elinor Bailey, UCL Physics and Astronomy, shares some top tips for active learning

  4. Pro-bono legal project develops students’ skills through working on…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/jan/pro-bono-legal-project-develops-students-skills-through-working-real-world

    22 Jan 2019: UCL Laws project with unique educational focus brings together Masters students, PhDs and Faculty, using a multi-layered feedback process to deliver cutting edge research.

    UCL Laws project with unique educational focus brings together Masters students, PhDs and Faculty, using a multi-layered feedback process to deliver cutting edge research.

  5. It's a trap! How I got students to engage with assessment: the power…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/jan/its-trap-how-i-got-students-engage-assessment-power-guided-marking

    7 Jan 2019: When Dr Steven Vaughan got first year UCL Laws students to mark the first ever essay he wrote as a Law student, the reaction was 'priceless'

    When Dr Steven Vaughan got first year UCL Laws students to mark the first ever essay he wrote as a Law student, the reaction was 'priceless'

  6. How to engage students in a small to medium cohort of undergraduates…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/dec/how-engage-students-small-medium-cohort-undergraduates

    11 Dec 2018: Evi Katsapi of Psychology and Human Development in UCL Institute of Education shares 9 steps to building a learning community.

    Evi Katsapi of Psychology and Human Development in UCL Institute of Education shares 9 steps to building a learning community.

  7. How students helped me to review my teaching: Yuemei Ji | Teaching…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/dec/how-students-helped-me-review-my-teaching-yuemei-ji

    3 Dec 2018: Through UCL Arena's Peer Dialogue Option C, staff can request students to review their teaching.

    Through UCL Arena's Peer Dialogue Option C, staff can request students to review their teaching.

  8. How students helped me to review my teaching: Geraldine Brodie |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/dec/how-students-helped-me-review-my-teaching-geraldine-brodie

    3 Dec 2018: Through UCL Arena's Peer Dialogue Option C, staff can request students to review their teaching.

    Through UCL Arena's Peer Dialogue Option C, staff can request students to review their teaching.

  9. Making students feel their voices are being heard: changing…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/dec/making-students-feel-their-voices-are-being-heard-changing-staff-student

    3 Dec 2018: Revitalising UCL Geography’s Staff Student Consultative Committee resulted in a 9% rise in NSS ‘student voice’ score in the last year alone.

    Revitalising UCL Geography’s Staff Student Consultative Committee resulted in a 9% rise in NSS ‘student voice’ score in the last year alone.

  10. Preparing students for the workplace: why I introduced digital…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2018/nov/preparing-students-workplace-why-i-introduced-digital-assessments

    30 Nov 2018: Dr Rikke Duus, UCL School of Management, explains how she challenged traditional assessment design in response to an increasingly tech-driven world.

    Dr Rikke Duus, UCL School of Management, explains how she challenged traditional assessment design in response to an increasingly tech-driven world.

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