David Andrew

David Andrew
Consultant

MSc Occupational Psychology

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21
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Citations since 2016
5 Research Items
22 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
Universtiy of Hertfordshire
Position
  • Visiting Lecturer
Description
  • Dissertation supervisor
December 2007 - September 2016
Queen Mary, University of London
Position
  • HEA CPD Manager
October 2000 - December 2007
London Metropolitan University
Position
  • Course leader - MA Learning and Teaching in HE

Publications

Publications (21)
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In this paper I propose a contingency model of classroom management, in relation to lectures in Higher Education as a possible strategy for dealing with problems and an area of possible research. Contingency models have been popular in Business studies as a compromise between universalist, one best way approaches and totally situational perspective...
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Is reflection always on the present or the past? Since the work of Argyris and Schon (Schön, 1987) it has become accepted practice to talk about reflection-inaction and reflection-on-action. Reflection-inaction being in time reflection, awareness of the event at the time. Reflection-on-action, while not necessarily defined as such is generally disc...
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This paper describes the most recent phase in a mature e-learning project, in the area of reusable learning objects, that has attempted to bring about technological and cultural change. Following an overview of the project and organisational context, an institutional change model is described that helps managers and stakeholders to identify critica...
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The paper argues for a deeper understanding of the dynamics of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by examining the role of what has been called the shadow side of organisations. The use of this concept provides an alternative view of how key CSR dynamics may play out in reality. This, it is suggested, may lead to the development of an innovative...
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This paper describes the most recent phase in a mature e-Learning project, in the area of reusable learning objects, that has attempted to bring about technological and cultural change. Following an overview of the project and organisational context, an institutional change model is described that helps managers and stakeholders to identify critica...
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Designing learning technologies, however interactive they are, is a front-loaded activity with limited opportunity for adapting to the student response in their design. This paper explores the involvement of the student voice in the design of learning objects, and explores the issues involved in collaborative working in the process.
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the use of learning styles in developing learning in a higher education context. Design/methodology/approach – The paper employs a case study of a year one introductory module for first‐year university students in a post‐1992 university. Findings – It is suggested that learning styles in associati...
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: A range of web based activities developed for individual and specific learning contexts are described. These learning resources reuse Flash programs which create the interaction and are, essentially, free of subject content. Working closely with academic staff across the institution, each development is highly specific and contextualised within d...
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INTRODUCTION Appropriate use of learning technologies can promote effective learning, in particular by providing an environment that fosters independent, learner-centred experiences. The intention of this chapter is to identify those aspects of learning technologies that promote effective learning and discuss them in relation to learning theory. Ca...
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Learning technologies can provide a rich learning environment; this chapter explores the relationship between traditional learning theories and technology-mediated learning. Two examples are presented where technologies are used as tools (a) to evaluate and create Web pages and (b) to create learning technology teaching materials. The range of lear...
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Learning technologies can provide a rich learning environment; this chapter explores the relationship between traditional learning theories and technology-mediated learning. Two examples are presented where technologies are used as tools (a) to evaluate and create Web pages and (b) to create learning technology teaching materials. The range of lear...
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A review of the use of the concept of reflection in HE
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Context This case study concerns 'Travel and Society', an advanced level module offered to students taking the Travel Management pathway at London Metropolitan University's North Campus. It has been designed to introduce travel management students to the broad context of personal mobility. This module is unique, as for the first time it offers unde...

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Projects (2)
Project
To explore a model that suggests different strategies for teaching in HE.
Project
To explore models of reflection in learning and to make them more useful