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CHITISHA FINAL PRESENTATIONmp4

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BACK UP LED 4012CHITISHA.mp4

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Wednesday 31st August 2022

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RECORDING OF PRESENTATION -LED 4012-CHITISHA.mp4

Hi, Welcome to my channel.My name is Chitisha Gunnoo. ----------------- THIS IS A RECORDING OF MY DRAFT PRESENTATION FOR MY PROPOSAL ENTITLED: ASSESSING THE NEED FOR A MORE EI-CENTRIC APPROACH IN…

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Standardisation with Chris

Chris Hellman covers standardisation of the pre-sessional assessment.

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Wednesday 17th August 2022

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Wednesday 10th August 2022

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Anne's induction day two

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Nancy's induction day one

Introductions, overview of teacher induction, contract update, course overview, our students, lesson clip discussion, Q & A with Nancy Wallace.

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Dan's induction day one

In this session, Dan introduces the two main platforms we use on the pre-sessional: Microsoft Office 365 & My Learning (a.k.a. Moodle).

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How to set up Class Notebook

Ian Thompson shows the Summer 2022 pre-sessional lecturers how to get the most out of Microsoft Class Notebook, such as setting up, uploading documents, and embedding forms for quizzes.

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Why use Class Notebook?

In this CPD, we discuss the advantages of using Microsoft Class Notebook on the pre-sessional, how it can simplify the teaching process, reduce the workload on teachers, and help students get into…

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Poverty and Disadvantage - November 18th 2021, 1:45:23 pm

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PEDLOW, Rosie - TULIPS AT DAWN -

Diagrams of chemistry apparatus and educational film footage react and combine in this quirky interpretation of the poem Modes of Representation by Nobel Laureate chemist Roald Hoffmann. The film…

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Low VS High Power Distance

In high power distance cultures teachers are seldom questioned. While in low power distance cultures to ask questions of a teacher or even to disagree is expected or maybe even required for learning.

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Good Presentation VS Bad Presentation *

This video shows a student giving both a bad and a good presentation, he uses constructive feedback to improve his presentation skills. The video is used in the Effective Presentations module in the…

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