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How should we be in a lecture? (Animation)

This animation was created as a prompt for discussion on how we behave respectfully towards each other in a classroom situation e.g. dealing with lateness and disruptive noise. We wanted to create these 'rules' as a group and not enforce them ourselves. You can also access this animation on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iImMRhV9uFQ If you do this animation, we'd love it if you let us know how you used it.

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Learning together: animation

This animation gives an overview of our view of the ideal classroom, a place in which we can learn from each other, rather than lecturers being the font of all knowledge, and students passive recipients. We designed it to be used as a prompt for discussion of classroom dynamics with a new group of students. It is also available for use on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAgzq7zEAOo If you do use this animation we'd love it if you got in contact and let us know.

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Animated Minds

Animated Minds is a series of short animated documentaries which use real testimony from people who have experienced different forms of mental distress. A single aim underpins all the films: to help dispel myths and misconceptions about ‘mental illness’ by giving a voice to those who experience these various difficulties first hand. I have found these extremely useful in teaching - they provide a short, highly engaging insight into the experience of mental distress and have proved helpful as triggers for discussion.

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