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TeaLab report

James Genn and George Roberts TeaLab Aims TeaLab has two main aims: To bring people together to discuss the future of teaching and learning in higher education organisations, and to unite staff from across...

TeaLab & LTF: Online Open Course Environment

Have you ever wanted to know just how to design an online course? Wondered at what their potential is? Want to know how you could use the Brookes Open Online Courses Environment? Want to...

Destroy All Exams review

On Monday 17th February, TeaLab met to discuss alternative forms of assessment. I facilitated a discussion on how effective different forms of assessment are, focusing on written essay exams and peer review. We were...

TeaLab 31/01/2014

Hi All, Welcome back to a new term of TeaLab gatherings. Our first get-together will be this Friday in room BG01 in Gipsy Lane, from 10:30am until 12pm. The session will be facilitated by...

TeaLab meetings Semester 2, 2014

Not a moment too soon, we have confirmed sessions for TeaLab in the new year! Friday 31 January 1030-1200 Abi Ball: synchronous and asynchronous distance learning Monday 17 February 1300-1430 James Genn: destroy all...

The Second TeaLab Meeting

The second TeaLab meeting took place on 7th November and was about the usage of Flipped Teaching in Higher Education. To keep true to the Flipped Teaching idea, everyone on the TeaLab mailing list...

TeaLab Thursday 7 November 12:00 Gibbs 3.01

Hi all, The TeaLab topic this week is Flipped Teaching. This method flips traditional approaches of teaching around, so students engage in learning via technologies before a class, and use the time with their...