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Student-centred activity-based learning and teaching using technology

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This case study has been developed as part of the Engineering Subject Centre Teaching Awards 2010, from data gathered through observations of the teaching component; interviews with the tutor and a student focus group. This study concerns the introduction of a range of student centred activities in several modules. The activities include problem-oriented lectures and lab work, continuous online formative- and self-assessment and optional tutorials in place of traditional long lecture/tutorial-sessions. Also, the tutor has had videos made of lectures delivered in previous years that are available to students should they miss a lecture or need to catch-up for some other reason. The modules are all in electrical and electronic engineering: one on circuits and systems, one on analogue electronics and one on mechatronics.

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  • University Academic and Administrative Support

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  • Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre

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© Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre, Loughborough University

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2010

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If reproducing this work please include the following attribution statement: ‘This Teaching Award 2010 Case Study was written by Phil Barker for the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre, Loughborough University. Copyright © May 2010.’ Tutor in Study: Darwin Tat Wai Liang, School of Engineering, Design and Technology, University of Bradford.

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