Effective Practice

Swansea University actively promotes a wide range of initiatives which encourage and reward excellence in teaching, learning and assessment and enhance practice. The application of this good practice has been shown to enhance student experience and enables positive outcomes.

The repository, below, gathers together examples of practice that has been identified through a range of mechanisms, including teaching awards recognised through Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching (SALT).

In addition, Swansea Academy of Inclusivity and Learner Success (SAILS) and Swansea Employability Academy (SEA) promote the development of good practice.

Both SALT and SAILS stage annual conferences where good practice is disseminated and awards are made. SEA holds an annual dinner where staff initiatives which effectively enhance employment outcomes are celebrated.

The sample below represents a small selection of the current effective practice from across Swansea University. To find out more and to explore ways of working together to build on this good work, you may wish to make contact with those individuals and teams whose practice has been recognised.

To see the examples of the current effective practice in different areas, click on the icons below.

Academic SupportActive LearningAuthentic AssessmentAudience ParticipationDiscussion

Experiential LearningFlipped LearningFormative AssesmentGroup WorkInclusivity

Interactive ActivitiesLarge Student NumbersLearning CommunityLecturePeer Learning

Practical Language SessionsQuestioningSeminarSmall Student NumbersStory Telling

Student EngagementTechnology Enhanced LearningVirtual RealityWorkshops


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