CHOBE is supporting 4 invites Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for the current academic year. The purpose of this is to carry out small, targeted research into specific themes facing Built Environment educators. Each group is led by an expert in that particular field who is working in association with a number of interested academics to discuss and identify different forms of innovation and good practice. These are small projects, but offer the opportunity to focus on a specific issue relating to learning and teaching in the built environment and disseminate messages in a collaborative and supportive context. Each project is receiving £2500.
Following a call for proposals we are delighted to be supporting the following projects:
- London Metropolitan University: (theme, Embedding diversity and inclusion in BE curriculum), Mariam Akinlolu
- Robert Gordon University: (theme, Next generation learning design/delivery), Huda Salman
- University of Salford: (theme, Innovative assessment approaches), Greg Watts
- University of South Wales: (theme, Transition/retention), Hannah Seale and Darryl Morgan
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