- Case Studies – explore real-world industry scenarios.
- Study Trips – teach students industry trends and requirements. These trips are required.
- Self Directed Study – students explore and analyse subjects independently to support taught principles.
- Formal Lectures – These lectures provide vital information to the entire cohort.
- Seminars – encourage students to debate and argue.
- Studio / Workshop / Laboratory / Practical Sessions – help students develop creative and practical abilities by simulating the industry.
- Demonstrative – utilised for necessary technical subjects.
- Group Work – encourages pupils to work as a team and have roles.
- Summative Assessments – provides an evaluation of a student’s learning progression during the entire course.
- Constructive feedback – helps to understand the quality of output.
- Self and Peer Assessment – makes the student an autonomous learner and makes assessments a part of the learning process.
- Practical Projects – in-class and independent research projects undertaken to demonstrate their depth of understanding of the subject.
- Examinations – time-based assessment to test subject understanding.
- Presentations – used in some subjects to assess subject understanding and demonstrate communication skills, professionalism, critical thinking and to argue interpretations/ findings.
- Portfolio Assessment – used in certain subjects to demonstrate learning from concept to execution.
- Thesis Assessment – independent research carried out to test/prove the viability of an idea.
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