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p1 RJM 20/12/05Teaching & Learning Report – Dec 05 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 School of Systems Engineering Report for School Meeting 20/12/05 Dr Richard Mitchell Director of Teaching & Learning Thanks Teaching & Learning Plan Planned Initiatives
p2 RJM 20/12/05Teaching & Learning Report – Dec 05 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 Thank You Thanks to all for your hard work Thanks in particular to those involved with admissions - we did very well - however it looks as if applications are down - so we have to work hard at visit days Thanks also to those involved in the new Part 1 modules - hopefully we will improve our retention rates Thanks as ever to Glennys and Helen for their support of Students
p3 RJM 20/12/05Teaching & Learning Report – Dec 05 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 Teaching & Learning Plan Just submitted a plan for next few years Planned slight increase in numbers (partly as we can have a Mech Eng Teaching post to help in some degrees) Done Review of Undergraduate Teaching, and have new degrees, still to review later parts of some degrees Now doing review of Postgrad Teaching New Chair may mean MSc in Signal Processing Need to monitor all degrees Monitor agreements with external Universities Monitor Foundation Degrees
p4 RJM 20/12/05Teaching & Learning Report – Dec 05 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 Planned Initiatives Monitoring Student Progress Draft Part 1 Monitoring system not quite right [But will have info for tutors for next Part 1 PAR] Improved system for next year Use of Blackboard All School modules to have presence, but will have review to see good practice, etc. Technical Support and Access to School Resource Build on ERASER system … for better student access Review of Part 2 Modules which include CMS and Presentation skills
P1 RJM 17/6/05Teaching & Learning Report – June 05 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 School of Systems Engineering Report for School Meeting 22/06/05.
P1 RJM 20/06/06Teaching & Learning Report – June 06 Meeting © Dr Richard Mitchell 2006 School of Systems Engineering Teaching Report for School Meeting.
Introduction to Computer Engineering by Richard E. Haskell 8086 Tutor Monitor Module M14.3 Section 9.3 Appendix B.
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P1 RJM 19/09/05Fresher’s Welcome – T&L © Dr Richard Mitchell 2005 Welcome to Systems Engineering Eur Ing Chris Guy Head of School Dr Richard Mitchell School.
Project Plan for VMC. VMC Project [1.0.0] [labor-hour = 1956 hr] Project Management [1.1.0] [labor-hour = 196 hr] System Engineering [1.2.0] [labor-hour.
Gadsden City High School Construction Progress. Gadsden City High School March 30, 2005.
Warwick Teachers & Advisors Conference: Physics Gary Barker Physics Undergraduate Admissions Tutor
P1 RJM 14/06/04Robotics : From Seven Dwarfs to R2D2 © Dr Richard Mitchell 2004 Robotics: From the Seven Dwarves to R2D2! Dr Richard Mitchell Department.
P1 RJM 13/03/08For IEEE Colloquium Control Education, Sheffield © Dr Richard Mitchell 2008 Modeling Project at Reading Dr Richard Mitchell and Dr Will.
Using the P Scales launch conferences 2009 Richard Byers University of Cambridge Faculty of Education.
Overrides Thanks to Dr. Victor Raj for this module Go to myGate Teaching/Advising tab.
Peer review with Aropa in Computing Science
Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering CPEG EVENT August 21, 2012 EEEL 210.
Use of Blackboard™ Grade Centre for Immediate Feedback Helen Higson.
HYDROLOGY FOR ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MSc
Employability of GEES graduates: issues from the Environment Agency Chris Thomas Head of Business for Geoscience.
Next event DH OBC Approval Point Project NameDepartmentProcuring Authority Midland Metropolitan HospitalDepartment of Health (DH) Sandwell and West Birmingham.
P1 RJM 16/10/02EG1C2 Engineering Maths: Matrix Algebra Tutorial 1 A mass (weight 20N) is suspended by two wires as shown in the figure: relevant distances.
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