This page showcases examples of teaching, learning and assessment activities under the category of Collaboration, sharing examples from different Colleges throughout the University. This category is based on those used within the ABC Curriculum Design Workshops(opens in a new tab), informed by Diana Laurillard’s Conversational Framework(opens in a new tab).
Each show case item shows an overview of the activity, how this was used in practice (with a link to a more in depth blog), a video and step-by-step instructions about how this activity can be run.
Learning through Collaboration embraces mainly discussion, practice, and production. Building on investigations and acquisition it is about taking part in the process of knowledge building itself.
Featured Blog Posts
Inclusive Signs: A card-based toolkit to generate creative inclusive design concepts and research strategies (blog)
Return to previous page Dr Emilio Rossi – Lincoln School of Design – Senior Lecturer – Staff profile Introduction Designers often confuse inclusive design practice, which is an informed practice that foster social inclusion, with the design of accessible artefacts for...
Youth Justice Live! Transporting Professional Partnerships into Blended Learning Spaces (conference)
Dr Sue Bond-Taylor – School of Social and Political Sciences – Senior Lecturer/Programme Leader – Staff Profile This video within this blog was originally taken from the Future of Blended Learning Conference held on the 24th March 2021. Below you can find...