Susan Shapcott

Susan Shapcott
University of Bath | UB · Department of Education

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For decades law professors have remained perplexed about students’ responses to the feedback they give. Some students crave constructive criticism and use it to improve their legal analysis and skills. Other students, however, when given the same feedback react defensively, reject the professor’s suggestions and claim that the assessment was unfair...
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Simon Jenkins’s article frames Paul McGinley’s successful European Ryder Cup captaincy in Mitch McCrimmon’s business management model. McGinley’s preparation for captaincy, execution of Europe’s ‘template’ and man management are neatly mapped onto McCrimmon’s definition of management. McCrimmon differentiates management from leadership1 and althoug...
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The legal education community remains concerned with the resiliency of law students and lawyers. In other fields, a growing body of research suggests that students' mindsets are linked to their resilience, and it is assumed that the findings will hold in legal education. However, to date, there has been no empirical research to support these assump...
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Abstract Gender gaps in golf participation persist. Women make up less than 20% of golf’s population in the United Kingdom and United States. Their underrepresentation detrimentally impacts the golf industry, society, and women who are excluded from golf’s well-documented benefits. This paper connects theoretical constructs from motivational psycho...
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In the last couple of decades, Photovoltaic (PV) solar systems have captured a lot of interest as a clean, renewable energy option. As a result, PV engineering has become an emerging field in engineering education. In order to meet increased learning requirements, new learning resources, an effective curriculum and proper assessment are needed. Pve...
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The low recruitment and high attrition rate of women in engineering is well documented. Women account for only twenty percent of the entering class cohort, and drop out at a rate ten percent higher than their male counterparts.1 Although in the past twenty years women have made inroads into many fields that were male-dominated, women have made litt...

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