Tag: Teaching

…by Emily / from the United Kingdom / studying Veterinary Medicine / 4th Year Emily Hochkins, a fourth year veterinary student working towards her veterinary teaching qualification, was offered, along with several others, the opportunity to take part in designing an optional “negotiation skills” class for first year students. In this post, she describes how they […]

…by Vanessa / from Kenya / studying Civil Engineering / in 3rd Year In this post, Vanessa Ombura, a third year Civil Engineering student, describes her experience co-creating an interdisciplinary, online University-wide course, with the city of Edinburgh as a site of learning… Over the summer of 2018, I had the wonderful opportunity of working […]

…by Mariana / from Brazil / studying MSc Digital Society In this post, Mariana Marcondes, a MSc student studying Digital Society, shares her story about how she was introduced to blogging as an assessment activity, and has since gone on to blog as part of her regular writing habits… Blog posts are not the most common type of assessment in academia. […]

… by Kevin / from United Kingdom / studying Carbon Management / MSc On a wonderfully sunny day in June 2016, I graduated with an honours degree in Geology and Physical Geography. Four years of labs, essays, field trips and, of course, rocks… it was schist hot! I really enjoyed the degree course and acquired […]


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