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Learning, Teaching and Assessment

Location: 
Ipswich
Institution code: 
S82
Duration: 

One year.

Study hours 400

 

Introduction

This module will provide an opportunity for students to critically evaluate philosophical and theoretical perspectives relating to different approaches to learning, teaching and assessment in the curriculum. 

Students will develop a critical awareness of the use of developing digital technologies within education and how these innovations shape healthcare education within the 21st century.

Learning, Teaching and Assessment is offered as a taught module or through distance learning:

Dates of Attendance: Semester one

14/09/17

15/09/17

12/10/17

13/10/17

09/11/17

10/11/17

24/11/17 (tutorial day)

Dates of attendance: Semester 2

11/01/18

12/01/18

08/02/18

09/02/18

08/03/18

09/03/18

Session Times: 09:30am - 15:30pm

Please note it is your responsibility to check module dates prior to commencing your studies. The correct dates can be found by following the relevant module page. 

Should you require any academic advice about this module please contact the Course Leader/Module Leader.

Course modules

The aims of this module are:

  • To examine the philosophy of education, and to relate this to learning, teaching, assessment and curricula.
  • To critically evaluate processes and methods used for learning and teaching in the curriculum and appraise the most effective approaches to meet learners' needs.
  • To examine the principles, complexities and ethical issues that surround learning, teaching and assessment.
  • To stimulate debate on issues of quality related to healthcare curricula in both the higher education and practice context.
  • To review the impact of digital technologies within learning, teaching and assessment across a range of settings.

 

Staff

Academic Director: Nursing

Associate Professor in Diagnostic Radiography

Tom Kemp

Course Administrator, Academic Services

I studied BA (Hons) Business Management at University of Suffolk at West Suffolk College; the teaching methods were innovative and helped me to learn in a way which was appropriate for my learning style. My experience of studying with the University was so good I wanted to be a part of other peoples learning journey.