Making space for innovation: a higher education challenge
Whether it’s called block teaching, block scheduling, block planning or simply the block model, this mode of instruction is intense, immersive and sometimes divisive. But is it more effective than traditional university semesters? This collection of resources from academics in Australia and the UK looks at how it works, its capacity to support diverse student cohorts across higher education, and its drawbacks and challenges.
Ryan Derby-Talbot, Marjorie Wonham
Deep Springs College, Quest University
Carl Flattery, Simon Thomson
Leeds Beckett University, University of Manchester
University of Suffolk