Category Archives: Times Higher Education
Tutors are being urged to improve assessment and feedback to help students adjust. If universities are to start putting students “at the heart of the system” as the government has encouraged them to, one area that they will have to … Continue reading
Universities have borne the brunt of cuts in the number of places for training secondary school teachers, with some having their allocations cut by hundreds. Edge Hill University received the biggest increase in primary teacher-training allocations (an extra 157 places) … Continue reading
A researcher has been invited to take part in a pioneering “virtual faculty” to help the terminally ill in Africa. Read in the Times Higher Education how Barbara Jack, head of research and scholarship and director of the Evidence-based Practice … Continue reading
A groundbreaking programme devised by Edge Hill University to help pupils who are falling behind in maths is having impressive results. Read more in the Times Higher Education.
While most universities are looking to cut rather than create jobs, one institution is trumpeting its achievements in taking on more staff – Edge Hill University. Read more in the Times Higher Education
From the Times Higher Education: Performance arts students at Edge Hill University are the first in the country to be offered modules in “bungee-assisted aerial performance”. The university introduced the modules, which embrace “various techniques using rope, bungee and harness … Continue reading