This paper describes the development of a Master Programme in Electrical Power and Energy Systems at Teesside University. A brief review of learning theories and their application to the designs of the programme and its core modules is presented. The considerations of student diversity, learners needs, regulatory and licensing body guidelines and requirement, and the use of technology in assessment for and of learning in the programme design is discussed briefly. Constructive alignment of module learning outcomes to learning activities and assessment is provided for one core module and use of technology to aid learning and provide feedback is demonstrated.
|Publication status||Published - 6 Sep 2016|
|Event||IEEE 51st International Universities Power Engineering Conference 2016 - Coimbra, Portugal|
Duration: 6 Sep 2016 → 9 Sep 2016
|Conference||IEEE 51st International Universities Power Engineering Conference 2016|
|Abbreviated title||UPEC 2016|
|Period||6/09/16 → 9/09/16|