Learning and teaching strategies will involve you as an active participant; you will be encouraged to use self-evaluation and reflection on your own experience to deepen and consolidate, as well as plan your future, learning.
We will facilitate opportunities for you to study both collectively, with other students, as well as independently using a range of learning and teaching approaches. These include lectures, workshops, debates, seminars and group/one-to-one tutorials. You may participate in Peer Learning Sets in which you exchange ideas, knowledge and learning with fellow students as well as engaging the formative assessment of each other’s work as well as challenging each other to justify or consider revising what you ‘know’.
Teaching and learning methods are supported by technologies e.g. our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and our electronic portfolio tool. E-portfolio usage will be introduced in the Foundations for Practice module and its use encouraged and supported throughout the course. In some modules its use may be compulsory (e.g. Developing Leadership). As well as providing a valuable mechanism to support your studies, the e-portfolio will enable you to collate evidence which may be required for annual professional registration renewal.
Check out our Continuing Professional Development Timetables for more information. Information about BSc Healthcare Practice can be found on pages 4-14.