The Education Incubator Blog hosts the views and opinions of our fellows and students, supporting them to post updates about their experiences, projects, and initiatives, while also hosting content related to innovation, pedagogy, and University-wide issues.
The Incubator supports staff from across the University to collaborate and engage in pedagogic innovations. We create spaces in which academic and professional services staff can explore and prototype ideas, while networking with like-minded peers to explore examples of inspirational education practice.
Partnership with students is a core commitment at the University of Exeter and the Incubator is proud to champion and support this type of effective and appreciative relationship. We ensure that students are effectively represented at the heart of our work, making sure they are included as part of the applications and decisions process and are also recruited to work within the Incubator wherever possible.
We hope you enjoy browsing this blog, which is the companion of the Education Incubator website, where you can find further details about our projects, events, and future funding opportunities.
Below is an index of our blogs on this site in chronological order, from newest to oldest. Please do explore them and leave a like and a comment.
Incubator Projects: A Work In Progress
Get started using design thinking in Higher Education with these 10 steps
Encompass: Decolonising STEM – what is this all about?
#5 Lab blog – How do we know we are creating value?
Call for contributions to JISC collection – examples of effective digital working
Reflections on the Education Incubator Summer Writing Retreats 2021 pt.2
Reflections on the Education Incubator Summer Writing Retreats 2021
Exploring Global Nursing Educational Collaboration in a Virtual Classroom #1
Students as Teachers of Multilingualism #3: Working as a Research Intern
Students as Teachers of Multilingualism #2: Delivering an interactive presentation on Microsoft Sway and via Zoom
Students as Teachers of Multilingualism #1: A collaborative project between the University of Exeter and Rokeby School
Pre-Reg Module #2: Supporting International Students
MathsArt #3 – Education of Maths with Art: expected doors opened, through the study of mathematics
Playful University Club #5 – May Monthly Meeting with Ted DesMaisons
Playful University Club #4 – April Monthly Meeting with Alison James
Playful University Club #3 – March Monthly Meeting with Anouska Cekalovic
#4 Lab blog – Where to start?
#SLAR – Active Together Blog #2 – Training For Change: A Call to Action
Connected Classrooms #2 – April 2021 Workshop
#3 Lab blog – Research-Based Community-Engaged Projects
#2 Lab blog – Invitations and applications
Connected Classrooms #1 – A Project Across Borders
Playful University Club #2 – December Monthly Meeting with Ian Turner
#1 Lab blog – How might we…?
MathsArt #2 – A Formula for Success: Teaching Maths through the Medium of Art
Pre-reg Module #1: Revaluating support for international students in the light of the blended approach to learning
Project Update Blog #1 – Mindful Classics: Using An Ancient Approach To Wellbeing to Support Modern Learners
Parallel Texts #3 – Findings from Network Interviews
Student-Led Anti-Racism Projects and Network
Erasmus+ Community-Engaged Learning Projects and Network
Competition for Contributions into an International Poster about Notable Women in Mathematics
#SLAR – Active Together Blog #1 – “You’re not really Chinese though, are you” – Identity and experience on a white University campus
Mathematics Without Tears and Fears #2 – Student Showcase – Pedagogical Games
Playful University #1 – Playful Praxis – A Student’s Perspective!
Mathematics Without Tears and Fears #1 – Ready Player One!
Education Incubator Project Call, 2021/22
#SLAR – Roots Resistance Project Blog #1 – Getting Started
Education Incubator 2020 – Our Year in Numbers
Decolonial Knowledge #1 – The importance of ethics of care when doing a decolonial work
Parallel Texts #2 – What We’ve Learned So Far
Top Tips for successful applications: The Student-Led Anti-Racism Project Fund
MathsArt #1 – Creatively Reimagine the Education of Mathematics through the Use of Visual Art at Primary Levels
Parallel Texts #1 – Rethinking education through the lens of parallel texts
Taking the remote out of online learning – using digital co-presence to build learning communities
Lego Serious Play: Training blog!
Dartington online writing retreat blog #5 – Video introductions for modules: a guide to why and how to create an inclusive approach
Online resources and narrowcasting the curriculum
Snakes and Ladders – A Classroom Activity for Building Dialogue and Shared Understanding
Dartington Online Writing Retreat Blogs #4 – Lockdown learning: notes on distanced education
RIIL Small Projects 2019/20 – Mobile Learning Summer Project Summary Report
Dartington Online Writing Retreat Blogs #3 – Planning online learning for non-native speakers*
A Personal Story of becoming a Playful Academic
The Exeter Spectrum Programme #2 – A Project in Review
The Education Incubator Café Online 2020!
Dartington Online Writing Retreat Blogs #2 – Fix Up, Look Sharp? Bringing your authentic self to online teaching
Dartington Online Writing Retreat Blogs #1 – Developing Inclusive Learning Environments Online
Starting a new job during a pandemic – three months in
The Exeter Spectrum Project #1
#EduPLAYtion Incubator Project – Reflections on pushing the playful learning agenda
#DigiLearningPlayground – quick wins for the coming term
#BEM2034 the story so far…
Diffractive analysis for creative pedagogy – a blog from BERA Conference
A CALL TO ARMS FOR MAKING HIGHER EDUCATION MORE PLAYFUL!
Exeter HealthTech Hackathon 2019
Chinese Culture MOOC – a hotbed of peer-to-peer learning
Tensions and textures – exploring embodiment in a digital learning landscape
The Peer Impact Project: Mid-Project Perspective from the Biological Psychology Programme
Mapping the physiology of play to education strategy
The Hidden Curriculum – a student’s perspective
Incubator Podcast: InVEnTA, gamification and active learning
The Research-Education Ecosystem
New ideas & new courses supported by Student Digital Champions
Mathematics Group Projects on the New A-level Mathematics 2018-2019
Humanities in a Digital World: Progress Update
Reimagine Education Awards – San Francisco, November 2018
Playful Learning – a project update from Joe Francis at Truro Knowledge Spa
Peer impact – the story so far! by David MacDonald
Hidden Curriculum? New student-staff collaboration is set to shine light on invisible barriers to learning
Gender (in)equality – engaging secondary school students to take action. By Dr Emma Jeanes
Utilising Digital Tools to Enhance Learning in the Laboratory. Highlights from Dr Nicky King’s Presentation
3 steps to maximise your project impact
Staying positive through ‘innovation anxiety’ at the start of a new project
The Propeller Event – connecting projects across campus
Farewell from Project Officer, Cameron Winton
InVEnTA discussions at the International Glaciology British Branch Meeting
Incubating our Incubator project
E-Resources for new ways of teaching and assessing in the laboratory – project blog
Josh reflects on his time as a Project Officer in the Exeter Education Incubator
Projects supported by Curriculum 2021 investment
A collaborative literature review
Using MOOCs to Address Grand Challenges
Success for All in the Exeter Education Incubator
A busy week on campus
Cultivating the Innovative Spirit in the Exeter Education Incubator
Student Engagement in the University of Exeter Education Incubator Research Project
What makes innovation successful?
Tending to the Transition: Exploring the impact that the reformed A Levels will have on University learning – April 2018 Update
Mind the Gap!: Addressing the Mathematics Gap in Biosciences
Calculus on a Console: Is Gamification the Solution to some of Educations Biggest Problems?
Life as a Higher Education Project Officer
Reflections on the Learning Spaces Symposium and Education Conference in May 2018
Education Incubator: Why Innovate in Higher Education?