Communication, especially with struggling students
My Master of Teaching program will help me understand deeper how students at teenage-hood learn differently and how struggling students may perceive one problems different from students who are not struggling [...]
Overall it is very good I learnt a lot that will help me in my future career and the lecturers were excellent The only real issue was the large proportion of international Chinese students which were very hard to understand which made group work ver difficult to communicate with some [...]
The team-based learning sections of the course were a waste of time and were in slots marked on our timetables as lectures We already had biweekly tutorials and that is essentially where the first half is a lecture and then we do more team-based learning Lectures should be during lecture [...]
Communication, especially with struggling students
My Master of Teaching program will help me understand deeper how students at teenage-hood learn differently, and how struggling students may perceive one problems different from students who are not struggling
Overall it is very good, I learnt a lot that will help me in my future career and the lecturers were excellent,
The only real issue was the large proportion of international Chinese students which were very hard to understand which made group work ver difficult to communicate with some of them,
One other issue was travel being a long way away, since I live in Roseworthy and had to travel to Waite, but most people board up there etc, so not a huge issue
The team-based learning sections of the course were a waste of time and were in slots marked on our timetables as lectures. We already had biweekly tutorials and that is essentially where the first half is a lecture and then we do more team-based learning. Lectures should be during lecture time, not when I come to a workshop expecting to be able to discuss the content with my peers and teaching staff.
The group activities held every three weeks were glorified arts and crafts and there were better uses of my time. I drove a two-and-a-half-hour round trip to make a poster or flip book when I could’ve been at home or in the library revising. It seemed like the course staff couldn’t decide when they wanted to lecture, run tutorials, or just give us an activity to do so they did all three at random
Great integration of lots of different topics, good experience and opportunities for further work and study and getting experience in a number of industries. Broad with lots of places which the degree can take you
I liked that all the learning tools were given and I did not have to source then on my own. Most courses were set out in an easy to follow manner, however some were a bit confusing at times. Some suggestions would be to make all courses layed out in similar formating so when looking through the work to do, I am not hunting around.
The Occupational Therapy programme at the University of Adelaide is decent! However, due to it being a fairly new degree, running for its 2nd year now, a lot of the courses have been poorly managed. However despite this things are improving, and most lecturers have a genuine care for their students. The facilities are good.
I enjoyed my time on this programme and felt well engaged throughout, definitely due to the well-conceptualised course outline. There was a lot of opportunity for practical engagement and all teaching was in person which encouraged attendance. The lecturers were passionate and knowledgeable, there were of course some exceptions to this although this was not evident or disruptive for most students.
The location was in a wonderful city (Liverpool) and the lectures and classes were all within close proximity to each other and most offered accommodation. There was a large cohort through which I made many friends thanks to smaller group projects, lab groups and a pastoral group in which everyone was assigned a personal tutor. These personal tutors and personal tutoring sessions gave students a chance to form bonds with their assigned staff members and fellow students as well as being an opportunity for discussing personal issues in a safe and private setting.
A better incentive for socialising with the entire cohort would have improved my experience of the course and some input from the lecturers and personal tutors would have been very well received in this way.
Overall, I would choose this University and this programme again if I had to repeat it. The overall experience for me was 4/5.
I would definitely recommend Adelaide University to others! I’m finding that courses are delivered in a student-focused format. More than this, the social culture at the university is great, with lots of events, clubs and opportunities to get to know people.
I did Fullstack dev full-time The professors are incredibly prepared they know that you need to know and their empathy with the students are so nice If want to enjoy the travel I recommend studying JS or Ruby before at least a cheap course then you can learn faster in [...]
This University partners with other institutions to provide very comprehensive training to students that meet market needs Professors know their work are updated and are very knowledgeable My Masters in Human resources was the best I can ask for I am now a consultant doing well in my field Accommodation [...]
École Universitaire de Management - IGR-IAE de Rennes
University of Groningen RUG implements critical thinking and comes up with unique solutions to strenuous problems As an International Business student I am being prepared for a wide range of job opportunities in the field of management The university provides highly qualified professionals satisfying facilities and an incredible international environment [...]
I am an Erasmus student originally based at Nova Business School in Lisbon Portugal I arrived at BSM in January Pros The school is well located within the city centre Classes are thought by highly skilled professionals such as Venture Capital partners Investment bankers Head of consulting firms etc The [...]
I am about to finish my MBA from Rushford Business School Two things I want to highlight are flexibility and faculty I am working hours days every week and in this MBA program I was able to still continue which is almost not possible anywhere else Still I had to [...]
Good course and an interesting subject The University campus was brilliant The university was essential for my personal development and made all the difference in my career after it was the chapter to make me creative and focused [...]
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