Amanda has taught multimedia software in a number of environments to over 100 students including formal lecture theatres and tutorials. She has also mentored year 11 students in a Pupil Referral unit as well as teaching 11 – 14 year olds through the Neighbourhood Engineers scheme, organised by the IEEE.
She has experience of teaching to larger classes in an auditorium as well as providing additional support during tutorial sessions in E-commerce, Interactive design, usability and dissertation modules as well as creating formative and summative e-Assessments using Respondus, Hot Potatoes and Questionmark.
Amanda has completed a PGCert in Learning & Teaching in HE, discovering more about the principles of teaching, the pedagogic issues and how best to use the advancements in technology for a blended learning approach to teaching.
To view her papers for this course you will need to download Adobe Reader :
- Delivering Teaching and Facilitating Learning
- Managing the Assessment Process (MAP)
- Curriculum Evaluation and Development (CED)
She has also delivered a number of presentations as follows:
- Approaches to Enhancing Course Delivery
- Enhancing the student learning experience: Integrating on-line activities into face to face courses
- Initial teaching for academic staff: Balancing theoretical and practical learning
- Learning Technology Support: Then and now
- Moodle for e-Assessment
- Package of Reusable Learning Objects for a Distance Learning Course
- RLOs for a distance learning course
- Sports and Health Sciences: Use of RLO’sand MLO’s to enhance student engagement
- Student Engagement – A WebLearn and RLOs showcase
- The Use of ICT within the classroom
- Where are we now