GGE Success in the Teaching Innovation Projects Scheme
A number of GGE staff members were successful in securing funding or deferred funding in the Teaching Innovation Projects Scheme this year with funding of up to a maximum of £5000 per project being available to develop and evaluate teaching and learning innovations. Projects can address any area of learning, teaching or assessment. This year’s successful applications included:
Ben Davenward in the Faculty of Natural Sciences subsection, Project title: Science & Surveying (SnS): interactive and inclusive game-based learning activities for holistic data collection, processing and presentation
Katie Szkornik in Inter-Faculty section. Project title: To what extent do multidisciplinary learning spaces help facilitate the development of communities of learning?
Sarah Briggs, Zoe Robinson and Jamie Pringle in Inter-Faculty section. Project title: E-MISSION: a multiplayer text-based game to increase awareness of lifestyle choices’ impact on our planet
And Richard Waller in the deferred subsection. Project Title: Student Transition to Science Undergraduate Education: Tuning in to the personal experiences of students at Keele University using Socrative an in-class student responsive system
*Accreditation is dependent on the degree route and modules taken