In the last week of April, Dr Tony Mellor and five colleagues from the School of Applied Sciences took 34 Geography students on field work to Andalucia in southern Spain. This residential trip takes place annually as part of a core module on the second year of the BSc (Hons) Geography degree programme. The module enables students to: (a) apply skills of observation, measurement and data collection in a real world field context, (b) demonstrate skills in project design, report writing, oral presentation and group work, and (c) describe and interpret physical and environmental processes operating in the study area and discuss howthey contribute to the distinctiveness of its landscapes.
|Journal||CETL AfL Newsletter|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|