Project ID - TIS001113
Tutoring in University - GIS in Geography and Life and Health Sciences. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). GIS forms a crucial tool throughout the curriculum in terms of understanding number, managing data, processing and interpreting patterns, problem-solving and presentation of data.


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Project offered at

Ulster University Coleraine
Coleraine
BT52 1SA

Contact

Paul McKenzie

Student Skills

GIS Geography students

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Integrating GIS into the curriculum has led students to engage in a deeper-learning experience and participate more fully with the subject matter.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Developing and delivering a range of GIS tasks and introduce students to the role of GIS in a range of real-life scenarios. Lecture and Lab experience. Enhanced communication and presentation skills.

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The benefits of the Tutoring in Schools programme are widely recognised by all participating parties.
It encourages positive interaction between University student tutors and school pupils where the former can act as positive role models and ambassadors.

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