Learning design / learning technology[conference] Barnabas, D., Sadza, A. Usmani, O., John, C. A four-step framework for case-based learning. ALT Conference (2022) [conference] Sadza, A., Barnabas, D., Baker, Y., Yaqub, Y., Bola, H., Cuculovic, V., Ahmadi, A. Saleh, S. Student partnerships within a multidisciplinary team to enhance digital learning resources in medical education. ALT Conference (2022) [conference] Saleh, S., Sadza, A. It takes a team to create digital innovation: the facilitators and barriers to adopting learning solutions for educating early years’ MBBS students. Transform MedEd (2022) (research presentation)
James, M., Baptista, A.M.T., Barnabas, D., Sadza, A., Smith, S. Usmani, O. Collaborative case-based learning with programmatic team-based assessment: a novel methodology for developing advanced skills in early-years medical students. BMC Med Educ 22, 81 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-022-03111-5[conference] James, M., Barnabas, D., Sadza, A., John, C., Usmani, O. Imperial’s Approach to Case-Based Learning: CSI A Digitally Supercharged Recipe for Successful Future Doctors. Transform MedEd (2020) (poster) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63is7IdgYjk https://www.transformmeded.org/uploads/1/0/5/1/105107997/186_imperials_innovative_take_on_case-based_learning_-_a_digitally_supercharged_recipe_for_successful_future_doctors_v2.pdf [conference] Sadza, A., Blyth, E. Align, scaffold, engage: collaboration between learning designers, academics and students in the design and development of online content for flipped classroom. ALT Annual Conference (2018) [conference] Sadza, A., Blyth, E. Lessons from our students: How to flip the classroom without falling on your face. Active Learning Conference (2018)
Fregona, C. with A. Sadza. (2016) Blended learning. In: H. Pokorny, D. Warren (eds.) Effective Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. SAGE. (I contributed a case study in TEL to the chapter on blended learning)
Sadza, A. (2014) Teaching professional competencies: an exercise in module design. Investigations in University Learning and Teaching, 9. pp. 100-110. ISSN 1740-5106 http://repository.londonmet.ac.uk/339/[conference] Sadza, A. Teaching professional competencies: an exercise in module design. Learning and Teaching Conference, London Metropolitan University (2013).