Senior Lecturer, Teaching Fellow
Garden, C., & Ennis, L. (2018, January). Constructing Active Learning Experiences. Presented at ALIEN (Active Learning In Edinburgh Napier) Staff Conference, Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus
There are many methods for stimulating Active Learning in the Higher Education classroom. Active Learning occurs when higher-order thinking is invoked during learning events, ...
Meldrum, S. (2017). Group guidance – is it time to flock together?. Journal of the National Institute fro Career Education and Counselling, 38(1), (36-43). doi:10.20856/jnicec.3806. ISSN 2046-1348
This article calls for delivery models which encourage the collective career learning of groups to be brought to the centre stage of career guidance practice. It challenges th...
Huxham, M., Scoles, J., Green, U., Purves, S., Welsh, Z., & Gray, A. (2017). ‘Observation has set in’: comparing students and peers as reviewers of teaching. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 42(6), 887-899. doi:10.1080/02602938.2016.1204594
Peer review is a powerful method to enhance teaching in higher education. Peers, however, may not be the most relevant people in evaluating teaching success; as the most impor...
Scottish Funding Council
The project will produce recommendations for the application of gamification to the training product, informed by the company context, with a design led by the latest academic research in gamification...
Hanna, B., Fiona, C., & Elaine, M. (2014). Enabling creative professional conversations around academic leadership through dialogue. Educational developments, (10-12). ISSN 1469-3267
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Chalmers, C., Cook, B., Foxcroft, G. R., & Hunter, R. H. F. (1989). Luteinizing hormone response to an oestradiol challenge in 5 intersex pigs possessing ovotestes. Reproduction, 87(2), 455-461. doi:10.1530/jrf.0.0870455
After challenge with oestradiol benzoate, the mean maximum LH concentration in 5 XX intersex pigs possessing ovarian and testicular tissue, or only testicular tissue, was 2\m=...
Morrison, K. (2018). Professionalism and affective learning for new prison officers: learning values, attitudes and behaviours in training at the Scottish Prison Service. In S. Loo (Ed.), Multiple Dimensions of Teaching and Learning for Occupational PracticeTaylor & Francis (Routledge)
This paper argues that, as the Scottish Prison Service moves towards professionalisation, the ‘ethical’ component of an officer’s work increases in importance, and that learni...
Rivera, E. S., & Garden, C. L. P. (in press). Theory and Games: Developing a methof for gamifying Higher Education. In EDULEARN18 Proceedings
Gamification, the use of game attributes in non-game context, is used in the private sector as well as education. Research into Gamified Learning (GL) often focuses on case...
Garden, C. L. P., & Rivera, E. S. (in press). Putting theory into practice: gamification for student engagement. In EDULEARN18 Proceedings
Gamification is the use of game design elements in a non-game contexts . It is an intervention that has been used in a business setting for a number of years and is now bec...