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Measuring educational gain through Assurance of Learning (AoL)

Farai is Associate Dean (Education & Students) in the University of Sussex Business School and Professor in the Department of Economics. She has several years’ higher education teaching experience in statistics, development economics and other applied economics topics. She has

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Behold the Seminars: Reflections on Student Feedback

Maria Hadjimarkou is a Lecturer in Biological Psychology at the University of Sussex School of Psychology.  She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the SEDA Community of Practice for Transitions. She has several years of

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The Evidence-Informed-Teaching Infographics Project: a novel and engaging way to communicate scholarship

Sue Robbins is Senior Lecturer in English Language and Director of Continuing Professional Development in the School of Media, Arts and Humanities. Evidence-informed Teaching Whereas research-informed teaching refers to the different ways in which students are exposed to research content

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Encouraging attendance and engagement through portfolio assessment

Lynne Murphy is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Sussex. Her research and teaching concerns lexicology, lexical semantics, and pragmatics, and transatlantic Englishes. Twice a National Endowment for the Humanities Public Scholar, she is currently writing a book about small

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Sussex Education Festival, 10-11th July 2024, – Call for Participation

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Education Festival, we’re excited to announce a Call for Participation for the Sussex Education Festival 2024. Hosted over two days (10th July in person and 11th July online), the festival will provide a

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Closing the ‘feedback gap’ for international postgraduate students: An embedded writing approach

Dr. Brown embarked on his teaching journey in the realm of outdoor education during the 1980s before transitioning to teach Geography at the secondary school level. In 2004, he transitioned from the classroom to become an Educational Advisor for Learning

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Student engagement is key for inclusive curriculum (re)design

Katerina Psarikidou and Alejandro Luna Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex Business School  Katerina Psarikidou is Lecturer in Sustainable Development at the Science Policy Research Unit. She is the University of Sussex Business School PRME Champion, a UN initiative

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“It gave me a sense of ownership”: Reflections on the participatory design of a Business Law and Practice module – Part 2

Jeanette Ashton and Kieran Durcan  Jeanette Ashton is a Senior Lecturer in Law (Education and Scholarship) and a non-practising solicitor, having joined the University of Sussex after 8 years at Brighton University. She convenes and teaches on the LLB programme

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Raising awareness of symbolic violence

Biography Kevin Masters is a Lecturer in Strategy and Marketing at the University of Sussex Business School, where he convenes and teaches a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and online modules. Kevin studied at the CIPFA Education and Training Centre in

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