Thank you to everyone who applied for the LearnSci Teaching Innovation Awards 2020. With so many outstanding innovative projects it was a hard decision, however, the winners have been announced.
Explore the gallery below to find out how some of our university partners are innovating their teaching practices.
Introducing our WINNERS ...
University of the Western Cape - Juliet Stoltenkamp
Record-breaking use of LabSims across multiple departments supported students in South Africa to develop their skills.
University of Kent - Alexandra Moores
Students’ mathematical abilities across multiple Natural Science degree programmes were assessed and supported through a Smart Worksheet.
Queen Mary University of London - David Gould
A whole virtual lab experience, incorporating LabSims, videos, and Smart Worksheets, replaced face-to-face teaching.
Kingston University - Neil Williams
Targeted Smart Worksheets were developed to address the BAME award gap in first-year chemistry modules.