Monthly Archives: October 2015

Employability attributes in FE

Higher education has really got to grips with the idea of every student acquiring a set of demonstrable personal attributes during their course of study. It goes to the idea of education developing and presenting the person and not just the skills. Greenwich University is a case in point who have 13 of them, split … Read more

Interesting article on UCL’s approach to connected curriculum

The UniversitiesUK Efficiency Exchange has just published an article by Dr Dilly Fung of UCL on their approach to implementing connected curricula in a research-intensive institution and linked to real-world student projects – see Dr Dilly Fung: making connections at UCL The article also describes how they are involving students as partners in leading curriculum enhancement, through their UCL … Read more