- 14-19 Curriculum
- 14-19 Curriculum includes all materials, events and research relating to history in schools.
Includes information and advice regarding assessment, plagiarism and feedback practices, quality assurance and external examining
The Bologna Process is an effort to create the European higher education area by making academic degree and quality assurance standards more comparable and compatible throughout Europe
eLearning resources include a wide variety of material including online materials, electonic media and guides to integrating Web 2.0 and Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) into courses
Employability resources assess the ability of History students to obtain employment after graduation and offer guidance on supporting students in their search for post-graduate employment. For information on the development of research, work-related and transferable skills, please see Skills below
Short for Education for Sustainable Development, these resources include information on environmental and social sustainability and the integration of such research in teaching practice
- First Year Transition
- First Year Transition provides resources and information on aiding students in the transition from schools, employment or periods of absence into university life.
- HE in FE
Higher Education in Further Education (HE in FE) related not only to specific Higher Education in Further Education courses but also other forms of continuing education and life-long learning programmes
Inclusion concerns all forms of widening participation including the provision of support to non-traditional and disabled students
Resources include research and practical guidance on International students, the Internationalisation of the Curriculum and Intercultural Education
- New Lecturers
Resources under the theme of New Lecturers are aimed at supporting part-time and early career lecturers in the developing their pedagogical skills
- Pedagogical Research
- Pedagogy is the art of teaching. These resources provide a theorhetical and wide-ranging view of the theories surrounding teaching and learning in Higher Education. For practical advise see Teaching Methods below.
- Postgraduate Teachers
- Postgraduate Teachers, or Graduate Teaching Assistants, often teach the bulk of seminar groups in first-year or survey courses. These resources are aimed to aid in the transition between student and teacher and provide support in teaching subjects outwith their research topic.
History students will develop a wide-range of skills throughout their education, both to enhance their learning experience while in university and to increase there chances of employment after it. These resources include material on student research, enquiry and problem-based learning, and the development of transferable skills
- Student Engagement
Our approach to student engagement considers students as active partners in shaping their learning experiences. Our work in this area will promote the value of student engagement and highlight examples of effective practice: sharing evidence-informed practice on students working to shape their learning experience.
- Teaching Methods
- These resources provide practical, often hands on, advice and support for teaching including lecturing, small group teaching and non-traditional pedagogy