Review: #EconTEAching Session 16: Incorporating Project-based Learning into Engineering Education, by Cloda Jenkins (UCL)

I was really excited to hear that our great colleagues from the award-winning UCL Integrated Engineering Programme were joining us for a cuppa and chat at our 16th EconTEAching seminar on May 26th 2021. I’m not a scientist by any stretch of the imagination but I have spent most of my career, as an advisor in the utilities sector, working on … More Review: #EconTEAching Session 16: Incorporating Project-based Learning into Engineering Education, by Cloda Jenkins (UCL)

Review: #EconTEAching Session 15: Designing Online Teaching with Student Well-Being in Mind, by Stefania Paredes Fuentes (University of Warwick)

Teaching and learning during a pandemic increased our awareness of the importance of well-being for learning. Learning is facilitated by positive emotions but may be hampered by negative ones, therefore well-being and learning are associated with one another. In this EconTEAching session, Jo Blanden (University of Surrey), Jonathan Boymal (RMIT), and Eric Golson (University of … More Review: #EconTEAching Session 15: Designing Online Teaching with Student Well-Being in Mind, by Stefania Paredes Fuentes (University of Warwick)

Student Reflections: Heather Little

Signing up to attend university in 2020/21 was a brave move for any student in summer 2020, given the uncertainty at the time about teaching, learning and the wider student experience. Those on undergraduate programmes have either had ‘normal’ time on campus (2nd and final year students) or are hopeful of a return to campus in the future (1st and 2nd year students). It is different, however, … More Student Reflections: Heather Little

Student Reflections: Phan Nguyen

When Prof Cloda Jenkins introduced our BSc Economics with a Placement Year degree, she had not envisioned supporting students out on placement with virtual home working or considered how best to advise students on the etiquette of online interviews and assessment centres. However, this is indeed what our placement students have had to contend with, like the rest … More Student Reflections: Phan Nguyen