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The University of Exeter’s Education Incubator scheme. Promoting pedagogic innovation and collaboration with an aim to enhance learning across the University and beyond.

Priyankha Khindri reflects on her time as an Education Incubator Communications Intern 

Written by Priyankha Khindri Back in January of this year I started my role as a Communications Intern for the Education Incubator alongside Lisa. Since then I have been fortunate enough to learn so much; developing skills and working towards some of the goals that I set myself when I first began. Read on to…

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Education Incubator student-led anti-racism and inclusivity, and gender safety project call 2021/22

This blog is written by Education Incubator Communications Intern Priyankha Khindri. At the Education Incubator we currently have an exciting opportunity for University of Exeter students who want to develop innovative student-led projects on anti-racism and inclusivity, and gender safety to apply for funding. Run in conjunction with the Provost’s Office, we are offering up…

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The Education Incubator Expands: Meet Our Communication Interns.

The Education Incubator at the University of Exeter is dedicated to providing academics with a space for developing pedagogical innovations. It is designed for academics to explore their teaching and learning practice, and enable project collaborations with students. Innovation is fundamental to making education accessible, enjoyable, and flexible in the face of global change.  The…

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A face in the crowd: how can better understanding your audience drive sustainability for your project?

In a recent Incubator workshop, project leaders were asked to bring an object that represented their project. Why did we do this? Hazel Beevers, who led the workshops for us, sets out our thinking. Well, try it yourself. Think about the object that would represent your project; whether it’s a book, a vase or a piece…

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