Worcester Journal of Learning & Teaching (ISSN 2024-8032)
Issue 11 – February 2017
Developing the potential of observation – generating ideas using video data from a nursery school: a Students as Academic Partners project
Dr Anthony Barnett, Kelly-Anne Archer, Tilly Christie-Thompson, Megan Gee, Molly Burton
Fine Art and Dementia: Looking at Paintings and Assessment for People with Dementia
Chris Russell and Dr James Fisher
Embedding employability in non-vocational undergraduate courses: A reflection on practice across the Institute of Health and Society at the University of Worcester
Dr Kazia Solowiej, Aleksandra Tsvetanova, Josie Hartnett, Dr Kate Muse
Technology Enhanced Learning in Psychology: Current Directions and Perspectives
Sarah K Davis, Daniel Farrelly, Kate Muse and Elaine Walklet
Students Enhancing Their Learning Experience: From Evaluation to Action
Vessela Warren and Avril Bartholomew
Recognition and belonging: engaging first generation students
Wayne Richards, Faiza Elgazarri, Hugo Sugg, Carly Fowler
About the Journal
Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (WJLT) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Worcester to disseminate academic articles, project reports and personal perspectives about Learning and Teaching written by staff associated with the University and its partners.
The aims of WJLT are:
- To encourage and support a culture of undertaking and publishing L&T research within the University;
- To establish a community of practice amongst L&T researchers within the University;
- To showcase our L&T research internationally, nationally and within the University;
- To positively impact upon the learning experience of our students.
Types of Contribution:
The Journals includes different types of contribution:
- Academic articles (3000-4000 words) offer the opportunity for researchers to publish the results of Learning and Teaching related research
- Project Reports (1000 – 2000 words) offer the opportunity for project teams to report on the progress and outcomes of Learning and Teaching related research projects
- Personal Perspectives (1000 – 1500 words) offer the opportunity for authors to review and express opinions on any aspect of Learning and Teaching
- Students as Academic Partners (500-1000 words) offer the opportunity for students to report on research projects related to Learning and Teaching.
Notes for Authors:
Authors should read Notes for Authors before submitting contributions for review.
Dr Barbara Mitra
Dr Mehreen Mirza