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Latest cohort of eSTEeM projects up and running

Posted 27th April 2021

We are very excited to announce the addition of 13 new projects to the eSTEeM portfolio. Following our 18th call for projects back in January, the following strategically important and innovative projects were inducted this month. We are delighted to see such a diverse range of projects from decolonising the computing curriculum to a comparison study between engineering residential school and home experiments; there's something for everyone! To read more please click the project titles below.

Fiona Aiken and Chris Hutton - Evaluation and improvement of print packs use for Environmental Science students

Mustafa Ali - Decolonising Computing: A Resource for Educators

Carol Calvert and Clare Morris - Developing student use of feedback on their marked TMAs 

Paul Collier and Fiona Aiken - Typical Support Seeking Behaviour of STEM Students, their Outcomes and Successes

Hannah Gauci, Julie Robson, Jon Golding and Janette Wallace - Impact of introducing new practical and dataset project options to the science undergraduate capstone project module (S390)

Alec Goodyear, Iestyn Jowers, Jan Kowal and Carol Morris - Engineering residential school or home experiments? A comparison from the perspective of both the student and the tutor

Foroogh Hosseinzadeh, Anne-Marie Gallen, Helen Lockett and Rafael Hidalgo - Investigating students perception of some of the key learning activities in T272

Alexis Lansbury and Sharon Dawes - Accessibility of Jupyter Notebooks on M269

Karen New and Fiona Moorman - An evaluation of use and impact of zero grades in assessment; are we being consistent, fair, and transparent?

Tom Olney - Evaluating the Impact of Implementing Learning Design Approaches in STEM over 4 Years

Katja Rietdorf and Jane Loughlin - Assessing the impact of skills development through formative assessment on student retention and success in S294

A further 2 projects will commence imminently, details of which will be added here soon.