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Alternative picture at a serious workshop
Interactive learning (about dinner) at a Hong Kong workshop
Why people live around Glasgow: 1 2
At Loughborough with important researchers
Stephen W. Draper, |
School of Psychology,
University of Glasgow
in Scotland (part of the U.K. and Europe).
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|Learning and Teaching Innovations you should consider adopting right now|
|EVS (Electronic Voting Systems) / PRS / "clickers": gadgets in lecture theatres.||PAL (Peer Assisted Learning)||
Student retention and dropout
Student generated PDP PDP
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|Relationships between themes (maps)|
My psychology option course on this
ASMR which basically is about the peculiar comfort of watching some vacuous videos and the soothing response this produces in many people.
|Index of most of the things I've written including a recent burst of papers||
This Steve Draper is an academic in the Psychology School at the University of Glasgow, in Scotland. I have done research on HCI (Human Computer Interaction), IR (Information Retrieval), on using technology in learning and teaching and how to evaluate that; but now focus almost entirely on theory and practice of learning and teaching in HE. My teaching is mainly on education issues in HE, and on positive psychology. I have lived in a London suburb (where I grew up), Brighton, San Diego, and Glasgow, with brief periods in rural South Africa (near Eshowe) and New Haven, Connecticut.
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