Society celebrates achievements of colleges and students

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    [post_content] => Innovation in developing students' understanding of homeopathy has been highlighted at the Society of Homeopaths' annual teaching awards.

Salisbury Homeopathy College won the Teaching Innovation Award, which recognises examples of teaching which promote student-centred learning and use novel techniques or technologies. Salisbury's end-of-year carousel interactive teaching session was judged by the awards panel to be an "interactive and an excellent way to demonstrate understanding".

The School of Homeopathy was voted runner-up for the range of approaches it uses to engage students and enhance learning.

The Teaching Development Award, which recognises the development of teaching standards, went to the School of Homeopathy for its online teacher tools. Runner-up was the South Downs School of Homeopathy, Chichester, for its lectures on  using counselling skills.

[caption id="attachment_14436" align="alignnone" width="196"] Sarah Keevil - South Downs College and Mani Norland - School of Homeopathy[/caption]

The Student Achievement Award, which gives special recognition to a student who has made a real difference among their peers, went to Kirstin Bruges from North West College of Homeopathy, Manchester. Kirstin won for her "beautiful, very detailed illustrations" which the panel said were "an excellent learning aid".

The award were presented at the Society's annual conference at the UCL School of Pharmacy in London last month (April).

 

 
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Innovation in developing students’ understanding of homeopathy has been highlighted at the Society of Homeopaths’ annual teaching awards.

Salisbury Homeopathy College won the Teaching Innovation Award, which recognises examples of teaching which promote student-centred learning and use novel techniques or technologies. Salisbury’s end-of-year carousel interactive teaching session was judged by the awards panel to be an “interactive and an excellent way to demonstrate understanding”.

The School of Homeopathy was voted runner-up for the range of approaches it uses to engage students and enhance learning.

The Teaching Development Award, which recognises the development of teaching standards, went to the School of Homeopathy for its online teacher tools. Runner-up was the South Downs School of Homeopathy, Chichester, for its lectures on  using counselling skills.

Sarah Keevil – South Downs College and Mani Norland – School of Homeopathy

The Student Achievement Award, which gives special recognition to a student who has made a real difference among their peers, went to Kirstin Bruges from North West College of Homeopathy, Manchester. Kirstin won for her “beautiful, very detailed illustrations” which the panel said were “an excellent learning aid”.

The award were presented at the Society’s annual conference at the UCL School of Pharmacy in London last month (April).

 

 

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