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Digital learning: pivoting to creativity.

Holley, D. and Burns, T., 2022. Digital learning: pivoting to creativity. #Take5.

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In my year with the Department of Nursing, I have been privileged to observe the embodiment of the humanising curriculum (Todres et al 2009), and seen the ways in which the nursing team, in a wide range of contexts, support students to bond with each other, build cohort identity and help student nurses develop that sense of belonging to the academic discipline of Nursing. This is challenging enough, but studying and learning are also embodied activities. How can we get our students ready to bring their whole embodied selves into their learning experience when they are working from home and online?

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Additional Information: Welcome to Take5! This website and blog is designed to help all of us working at London Met to share our passion for teaching and learning. There are resources here on the site that people can use whenever they want to hopefully feed their passion for emancipatory and creative learning, teaching and assessment (LTA). There will be fortnightly blogposts sharing tips on easy-to-use ideas that can be embedded into any module at any level to develop student learning and success. "take just 5 minutes" to: - find a new idea - share how you applied it to your subject/module - share a new approach - add a comment...
Uncontrolled Keywords:humanising curriculum ; embodied self ; creativity ; #Take 5 #54
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:36672
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:02 Mar 2022 12:24
Last Modified:14 Mar 2022 14:33


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