Adapting to a Connected Learning Model: A reflection on the experience of teaching two Stage One engineering modules with large class sizes, during the first semester of 2020/21

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Abstract

This article discusses the experience of adapting two Stage 1 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering modules, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics1 and Mathematics 1, to the Connected Learning model. Both are core compulsory modules with over 150 students in each class and had the added challenge this year of being condensed into one semester with12 weeks teaching when they are normally taught over a full year of 24teaching weeks. This change was made to facilitate the move of more practical modules to the second semester when it was envisaged that moreon-campus teaching could occur.
Original languageEnglish
No.31
Specialist publicationQueens University Belfast Reflections
Publication statusPublished - 01 Feb 2021

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