A collaboration between Dr Paul Docherty (School of Mechanical Engineering), Dr Wendy Fox-Turnbull (School of Teacher Education) and Pinelopi Zaka (e-Learning Support) provided research driven validation of flipped teaching strategy in foundational engineering. The flipped approach proved to be a successful pedagogical mechanism for this unique cohort of students and was well-received. The research was also successful and has yielded three conference submissions and three journal papers have been submitted. Details of the research outcomes can be seen on the Ako Aotearoa website https://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/projects/flipped-classroom-foundation-engineering.
Dr Rhonda Powell from the School of Law shares how technology was used in her course to encourage student engagement and authentic learning.
In this video Dr. Rachel Martin from the College of Education, Health and Human Development describes students’ use of multimedia collaboration tools as part of their learning.
In this presentation Fiona Dalzell, tutor in environmental ethics, talks about the use of learner created videos for assessment.