Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?
features

Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Students have an array of different responses to the subject of group work and peer assessment. Some relish in being ‘the leader’, the driving force of a project where they can showcase their creativity and encourage their team members. Some quietly enjoy group tasks simply because it gives them the … Continue reading

Rate this:

News: More Than Half of LGBT Students Experience Homophobic or Transphobic Bullying
news stories

News: More Than Half of LGBT Students Experience Homophobic or Transphobic Bullying

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. More than half of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) students have experienced homophobic or transphobic abuse in further and higher education, according to a new National Union of Students (NUS) study. The Pride and Prejudice in Education research into the extent of bullying and harassment experienced by LGBT+ students … Continue reading

Rate this:

Featured on Student Journalism Blog: A Day in the Life of a Creative Degree Student
features / guest blogs

Featured on Student Journalism Blog: A Day in the Life of a Creative Degree Student

This week, I was lucky enough to feature on Sophie Dishman’s “A Day in the Life” Series on her blog Musings of a Journalism Student where Sophie interviewed me and I talked about my experiences as a Creative Degree Student. You can read the interview below and find the full post on Sophie’s blog.  “A … Continue reading

Rate this: