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Employability and Life-long Learning Skills in Modern Languages and Cultures, History and Politics
This is a collection of subject-focused learning activities and pedagogical proposals in which a wide range of life-long learning and employable skills are fostered. These activities are intended to promote deep learning by engaging students with academic content in a socially and personally relevant way, beyond the traditional one-way “audienceless” communication channel of "the essay". The activities also connect with the idea of "Students as Producers" of knowledge, which is now being put into practice by a ground-breaking project led by the University of Lincoln. There is also a connection with the project OpenLIVES, led by the University of Southampton (University of Leeds and University of Portsmouth also participate) in which Antonio is involved. One of the Aims of OpenLIVES is to implement a methodology that places students as knowledge producers through the creation and dissemination of their own OERs (Open Educational Resources), which are produced as part of their course, in the HumBox. These activities have been developed as online role plays but are perfectly feasible without online discussion boards or with different degrees of online work.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

Simulations and Collaborative Learning in Spanish Language and Culture: a Way Forward for the Enhancement of Employability in Arts Subjects?
This is an updated summary of the talk on Simulations and Collaborative Learning given in Cork in November 2011. It includes an interesting bibliography.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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