Category Archives: School of Humanities

Development of a History Education module

Dr Elizabeth Matthew, School of Humanities Year of activity: 2012/13 Overview A collaborative project between the Department of History and the Institute of Education developed an innovative module in History, History Education (HS3HED), allowing Part Three students to test … Continue reading

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Classics Special Options: research-led teaching

Dr Katherine Harloe, School of Humanities Overview All options in Classics Special Options (CLMSO) are research-led and arise directly from current research projects of academic staff. Students greatly enjoy learning about topics of current research within the subject, and … Continue reading

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Improving student engagement with assessment and feedback through peer review

Professor Helen Parish, School of Humanities Year of activity: 2014-15 Overview The project investigated recent research and practice in peer assessment and feedback in order to implement a peer assessment model for use within History, and develop a framework for … Continue reading

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Incorporating digital modelling into teaching and learning: Digital Silchester

Dr Matthew Nicholls, School of Humanities Year(s) of activity: 2012-3 Overview Following on from the success of the Virtual Rome project, a Classics module was constructed to teach Part Three undergraduate students 3D digital modelling for the purposes of … Continue reading

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