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13 December 2023

4 minutes to read

Gamifying review sessions: helping students integrate their learning in a supportive, enjoyable environment

Student engagement is a hot topic in education at the moment, and gamification is one way we can create effective and engaging learning environments for our students. Gamification can also be an excellent way to consolidate learning and enable multiple topics to be tested in a synoptic way. We’ve done this by…

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4 October 2023

2 minutes to read

Top tips for teaching a large cohort

Professor Beverley Hawkins, Associate Dean for Education in the University of Exeter Business Schools, shares her top tips for teach large cohorts of students – and keeping them engaged! Embrace diversity: Large cohorts bring together students from different backgrounds and experiences. Take advantage of this diversity by creating opportunities for students to…

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28 September 2023

3 minutes to read

We need to talk about Schrödinger

In light of recent revelations about the personal life of one of the most infamous quantum physicists, it is time we re-measured Schrödinger’s legacy? [Content warning: sexual assault] In an Irish Times article from Dec 11 2021, Joe Humphreys brought the personal life of one of the most famous names in quantum…

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