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Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 19 - the one with the treasure hunt

Posted on: 6 April 2022 | Category: General

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In Episode 19, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our islands have included micro-learning, trauma-informed pedagogy, authentic learning, simulation, portfolio-based dissertations and the importance of creating social spaces for students to open the door fully to their learning potential.

Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 18 - the one with the podcasts

Posted on: 18 March 2022 | Category: General

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In Episode 18, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion ranged from the importance of supporting students holistically, the value of blended learning, podcasts as versatile pedagogies, OERs, Self Organised Learning Environments (SOLE) and online engagement frameworks.

CIE are Celebrating Neurodiversity Week

Posted on: 18 March 2022 | Category: Conference & Event Reports

Neurodiversity Celebration Week - March 21-27 2022

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a global event, created to challenge misconceptions regarding neurodiverse individuals and celebrate their unique talents and diverse approaches to thinking and problem solving.

Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 17 - the one with the Play-Doh

Posted on: 25 February 2022 | Category: General

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In Episode 17, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our discussion covered lots of areas from design thinking, slow thinking, creativity, self-determined learning and sustainability.

Neurodiversity and Inclusivity Community of Practice

Posted on: 24 February 2022 | Category: Conference & Event Reports

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We were delighted to be joined by Karen Welton (Plymouth College of Art) and Jennie Dettmer (University of Bedfordshire) who founded the Neurodiversity and Inclusivity Community of Practice (CoP).

Dispelling Deficit Myths...

Posted on: 11 February 2022 | Category: Conference & Event Reports

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As part of the Centre for Innovation in Education’s annual Liverpool Learning Summit in January 2022 I was fortunate enough to attend a wonderful talk by Dr Gemma Ahearne, Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Liverpool, 'entitled Down the Rabbit Hole: Non-Linear Pedagogy from a Dyslexic Teacher’.

Digital Storytelling - Inclusive Education in Practice

Posted on: 4 February 2022 | Category: Conference & Event Reports

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Kicking off an exciting Liverpool Learning Summit 2022, we had an inspiring talk from Liverpool World Centre’s Karen Wynne, who spoke about participatory education and bringing digital storytelling to life.

Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 16 - the one with the knots

Posted on: 26 January 2022 | Category: General

Host and Guests in Online Meeting

In Episode 16, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, we talked about being responsive to our students’ needs, and going back to basics if need be, the pedagogy of kindness, the role of lectures and the importance of listening as part of the learning process.

Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 15 - the one with Winnie-the-Pooh

Posted on: 17 December 2021 | Category: General

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In Episode 15, our guests’ lightbulb moments included ways of facilitating learning through questioning, good learning design, our boat of treasure island pedagogies/props carries items including bottles of confidence, constructive alignment, De Bono’s thinking hats and characters from Winnie-the-Pooh.

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    Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 19 - the one with the treasure hunt

    Host and Guests in Online Meeting

    Posted on: 6 April 2022 | Category: General

    In Episode 19, in addition to lightbulb moments, treasure island pedagogies/props and luxury items, our islands have included micro-learning, trauma-informed pedagogy, authentic learning, simulation, portfolio-based dissertations and the importance of creating social spaces for students to open the door fully to their learning potential.

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