Learning design / learning technology
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).