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Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology. / Davies, Ross; Miknis, Marius; Johnson, Clare.

2019. Paper presented at HEA STEM Conference 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Davies, R, Miknis, M & Johnson, C 2019, 'Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology', Paper presented at HEA STEM Conference 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 30/01/19 - 31/01/19.

APA

Davies, R., Miknis, M., & Johnson, C. (2019). Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology. Paper presented at HEA STEM Conference 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Davies R, Miknis M, Johnson C. Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology. 2019. Paper presented at HEA STEM Conference 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Davies, Ross ; Miknis, Marius ; Johnson, Clare. / Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology. Paper presented at HEA STEM Conference 2019, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

BibTeX

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title = "Improving the Learner Lifecycle through Technology",
abstract = "Traditional approaches to teaching and assessment mean students rely heavily on grades and outcomes.However, in today’s work environment, there is generally a less hierarchical structure and employees are expected to be autonomous in their work.Developing these skills during their degree, theUniversity of South Wales is adopting a system where students take ownership of their own learning and performance through reflective practice - skills which they can take into employment with them. These reflections also enable tutors to quickly see whether learners’ perceptions of their abilities correlate with the work produced, and to adjust their teaching accordingly.",
author = "Ross Davies and Marius Miknis and Clare Johnson",
year = "2019",
month = "1",
day = "30",
language = "English",
note = "HEA STEM Conference 2019 : Delivering next generation teaching in STEM ; Conference date: 30-01-2019 Through 31-01-2019",
url = "https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/stem-teaching-and-learning-conference-2019",

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