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University of West England - Academic Governance

11 Oct, 2019
Catherine Hobbs
Professor Catherine Hobbs is a mathematician and Principal Fellow, and currently an Associate Dean at UWE Bristol. She has pioneered the use of inquiry-based teaching and learning approaches at The University of the West of England, such as 'flipped' classroom, as well as the use of technology-enhanced learning. She uses her national roles within professional bodies to share practice.
University of the West of England
Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise
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STEM conference 2019: Open data for Science learning

06 Feb, 2019
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NET 2018 Conference: An overview and evaluation of the 'Stand Up and Be Heard' workshops for student fear of public speaking

26 Sep, 2018
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Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: Perceptions on the flipped classroom approach for a large Engineering module

16 Jul, 2018
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The Manhattan Project: Creativity and Computing synthesised - STEM Conference 2018

13 Feb, 2018
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Supporting creativity and motivation in learning Programming: A musical treatment - STEM Conference 2018

12 Feb, 2018
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“Let’s talk midwifery@UWE”: Development of cross-institutional collaborative learning events - NET2017 Conference

13 Sep, 2017
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What else do students and staff bring with them to the Education seminar room when they “bring their own devices”? - HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight

10 Aug, 2017
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Supporting students for better retention resilience and results: A new approach - HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight

07 Aug, 2017