Items where Author is "Berger, Daniel"

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Journal Article

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2017) Enhancing student performance and employability through the use of authentic assessment techniques in extra and co-curricular activities (ECCAs). Law Teacher, 51 (4). pp. 428-439. ISSN 1943-0353

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2017) ‘Forgotten Lore’: Can the Socratic method of teaching be used to reduce the attainment gap of black, Asian and minority ethnic students? Higher Education Review, 49 (2). ISSN 0018-1609

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2016) The proposed Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) for UK Universities. International Journal of Teaching and Education, IV (3). pp. 33-50. ISSN 2336-2022

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2016) Refining the traditional flipped-classroom model to optimise student performance on undergraduate degree programmes. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 11 (1). pp. 57-70. ISSN 1476-0401

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2016) The Teaching Excellence Framework: would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here. Higher Education Review. ISSN 0018-1609

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2016) Turned on, tuned in, but not dropped out: Enhancing the student experience with popular social media platforms. European Journal of Law and Technology, 7 (1). ISSN 2042-115X

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2016) Practice Makes Perfect: Using authentic assessment techniques in Extra and Co-curricular course (ECCAs) delivery to reflect the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority’s (SRA) change towards legal vocational stage delivery. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 9 (1). pp. 383-391. ISSN 1944-6934

Fenton, Norman, Neil, Martin and Berger, Daniel (2016) Bayes and the Law. Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application, 3 (1). pp. 51-77. ISSN 2326-831X

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) Using Authentic Assessment Techniques in Extra & Co-Curricular Activities (ECCAs) to Improve Teaching Standards on Academic Law Programmes. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 10 (1). pp. 70-83. ISSN 1476-0401

Fenton, Norman, Lagnado, David, Hsu, Anne, Berger, Daniel and Neil, Martin (2014) Response to “On the use of the likelihood ratio for forensic evaluation: Response to Fenton et al.”. Science & Justice, 54 (4). pp. 319-320. ISSN 1876-4452

Fenton, Norman, Berger, Daniel, Lagnado, David, Neil, Martin and Hsu, Anne (2014) When ‘neutral’ evidence still has probative value (with implications from the Barry George Case). Science & Justice, 54 (4). pp. 274-287. ISSN 1876-4452

Conference or Workshop Item

Berger, Daniel (2016) Getting The Job Done: Using Authentic Assessment Techniques In Extra And Co-Curricular Activities (Eccas) To Improve Law Students’ Employability Prospects. In: 23rd ISERD International Conference, Barcelona, Spain.

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) The Real Deal: Using formative assessment techniques in authentic assessment delivery, to improve law degree academic performance. In: International Academic Conference on Teaching, Learning and E-learning in Vienna, 2015, Vienna, Austria.

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) Social Media and the Student Experience. In: 14th European Conference on e-Learning, Hatfield, UK.

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) Giving Students the Third Degree: Using Authentic Assessment Techniques in Extra & Co-Curricular Activities (ECCAs) to Improve Teaching Standards on Academic Law Programmes. In: 20th International Academic Conference, Madrid, Spain.

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) Get Real: Using authentic assessment techniques to improve law degree academic performance. In: 2nd Teaching & Education Conference, Florence, Italy.

Berger, Daniel and Wild, Charles (2015) The central importance of co-curricular activities as an authentic assessment mechanism within modern legal education. In: UH Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Hatfield, UK.

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