In this episode Dr Peter Tiernan shares his development of a bespoke module to support digital skills of teachers delivering remote instruction which features peer reviewed micro teaching assessment.
DCU Podcast: Specifically Human: The Practice of Teaching with and Beyond Technology with Dr Marta Rocchi
In this episode Dr Marta Rocchi shares her philosophy and approaches to the uniquely human practice of teaching and how to embody a pedagogy of care.
In this episode Dr Diarmuid Torney shares approaches to the co-creation of innovative assessment which empowers students to actively participate in climate change consultation. Diarmuid also offers suggestions on how to embed sustainability across the curriculum.
In this podcast, Karen Buckley, a lecturer in the Institute of Education in DCU discusses group work from an academic and student view point.
In this episode Drs Tara Concannon-Gibney and Niamh Watkins share their experience of using oral interactives as an authentic and engaging assessment tool that promotes academic integrity.
In this episode, Asst. Prof. David Kennedy from the Institute of Education describes how he transformed a religious education module on the Bachelor of Education programme from synchronous to asynchronous whilst keeping student care and universal design for learning at the core.
In this episode, Dr. Jane O' Kelly from the School of Policy & Practice, the Institute of Education describes how her and her team used the ABC learning design framework to galvanise changes across an undergraduate programme.
In this episode, Clare Gormley from the Teaching Enhancement Unit, describes Learning Design and it's impact on shaping the student learning journey. She outlines in more detail the ABC learning design framework, it's purpose and how to learn more about it.
In this episode, Dr Paul van Kampen from the School of Physical Sciences, describes ways to creatively and flexibly deliver practical skills during Covd-19 restrictions using Zoom.