This workshop will explore factors of transition that contribute to student engagement with HE, navigate key findings from research about student belonging and transition and give participants a tangible framework for transition work within their curriculum.
The Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) concept is an innovative student education programme which is currently being explored at Bath.
Our first Curriculum Transitions event took place in August 2019. A panel of secondary school teachers representing A-level biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, and maths, and BTEC applied sciences and health and social care, were joined by staff from across the
This workshop will enable participants to develop their inclusive learning and teaching practice in a way that is meaningful, practical, and sustainable.
This page outlines a suggested approach to Phase 2 and 3 activity; an evidence-based, and sustainable approach to course development, with teaching and learning at the heart of design thinking.
Curriculum Transitions promotes dialogue across curricula boundaries between those involved in teaching and learning.
How can we enable all students to achieve their potential by working effectively in a way that is transparent, efficient, and flexible?
Decolonising curricula is part of our active promotion of an inclusive curriculum and supporting the needs of all learners.
How can we support our students as they move into and out of their time at university? Find information and resources from this page.
We support the design of inclusive curricula in which all students can develop a sense of belonging, purpose, and identity.