Author Archives: stevecayzer
Back in August, I blogged about my plans to combine Hyflex with Team Based Learning. Well, I’v now done this for a semester and here I report on my experiences – the good, the bad and the ugly! If you … Continue reading
The 2020-21 academic year has been a year of challenge, but also opportunity; to try new teaching approaches that combine the best of in-person and online modalities. In this blog I report on my thoughts about how to continue this … Continue reading
Along with the rest of the UK educational community, I have ensured that my courses @UniOfBath are Covid-ready. This means designing them according to the Bath Blend which includes independent (self paced) learning, Live Online Interactive Learning (LOIL) and In … Continue reading
Last year, I published a blog called, somewhat tongue in cheek, Team Based Learning solves Brexit This year, as the #brexit negotiations go the wire, I took the (last?) opportunity to use Brexit as a case study in #gametheory. Caveat … Continue reading
Like many of those in Higher Education, I have moved my teaching online. Since my sessions involve highly interactive team work and very little ‘lecturing’ this had proved a challenge. In this blog I present some reflections and learnings from … Continue reading
Last week I went to see Owen Hewlett from Gold Standard talking about what Net Zero actually means using a base of science based targets.
On 5 December, I hosted a Team Based Learning (TBL) ‘masterclass’ @UniOfBath. We had a useful discussion of concerns about TBL and how to address them. If you are potentially interested in applying TBL or other active learning approach, you … Continue reading
Well, sort of.
Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship (#ESLTIS19) was held this year in the wonderful Edinburgh Napier (July 18-19 2019) (photo credit: Tracey Madden) Another great conference for those involved with teaching and learning in HE. Highlights for me included: A … Continue reading