Anna Udalowska, from Lifelong Learning, has been awarded the Exemplary Course Award for the module XN16710: The Science of Wellbeing.
In addition to the winner, the following modules achieved Highly Commended:
- Alexander Taylor from the Department of Psychology for the module PS32120: Behavioural Neuroscience
- Kathy Hampson from the Department of Law and Criminology for the module LC26120: Youth Crime ad Justice
- Lara Kipp from the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies for the module TP30020: Contemporary Drama
- Panna Karlinger from the School of Education for the module ED20820: Making Sense of the Curriculum
The diverse range of teaching and learning styles evidenced in this year’s applications reflects the innovative work that is taking place across the institution.
The aim of the Exemplary Course Award, now in its eighth year, aims to recognise the very best learning and teaching practices. It gives staff members the opportunity to share their work with colleagues, enhance their current modules in Blackboard, and receive feedback on to improve.
Modules are assessed across 4 areas: course design, interaction and collaboration, assessment, and learner support. The self-assessed nature of the award gives staff the opportunity to reflect on their course and enhance aspects of their module before a panel assesses each application against the rubric.
The panel and the Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit would like to thank all of the applicants for the time and effort that they have put into their applications and modules this year.
We’re looking forward to receiving more applications next year and many congratulations to the recipients of this year’s award.