Transformed dental curriculum creates engaging and relevant learning opportunities.
A series of courses is giving students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems an opportunity to work on community projects.
Through two new courses, students are getting a hands-on introduction to engineering.
Stop-motion animations will be used as learning objects as part of the BioFlex project.
Faculty and students from across departments and Faculties will co-create an interdisciplinary, open educational resource.
A large undergraduate biology laboratory course is using blended learning to enhance the student learning experience.
An interactive, open online resource gives students insight into the Berger Inquiry.
To create an interactive learning experience, Maja Krzic has introduced a mobile scavenger hunt game into her course.
In this course on nutrition and public health, students choose between community-based learning, problem-based learning or making a video documentary for their final projects.
Two large, introductory biology courses are using a flipped classroom approach and evaluation to improve learning.
To increase student engagement, the Department of Linguistics is in the process of flipping all of their undergraduate courses.
Claudia Krebs uses videos to help improve learning outcomes in her neuroanatomy labs.
Simon Bates’s Physics students produce original course content to help them master difficult topics.
Political Science and Engineering students come together in a flipped course to study nuclear weapons non-proliferation.