PG Cert (HE) Postgraduate Certificate in Work Based Learning Institute for Work Based Learning Middlesex University, 2009 - 2010
Ph.D. Children and Computers: The development of graphical interfaces to improve the quality of interaction. Sponsored by the BBC Education Directorate at the Middlesex University School of Education, 1996 - 2003
Certificate in Conservation, Birkbeck College, 1993 -1996
Cert. Ed. F.E., Garnett College, 1971-1972
B.Sc. Econ (Hons), Portsmouth Polytechnic, 1967-1970
I am a dissertation tutor for BA Education Studies and BA Early Childhood Studies taking EDU 3394/2
An education media consultant, applying practical education production experience in a wide range of media to HE learning objectives as: producer, writer, presenter and lighting cameraman.
Online speaker: Lessons learn as a teacher in BBC Education: relevance to online teaching at MDX.
Organiser: British Library BBC School Radio Archive Project.
Project Director: Alan Davie RA MBE Heritage Lottery Oral History Project Hertford Arts Hub.
Authentic Assessment: Writing for Employability. Paper 19th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - 6th September 2019, Middlesex University.
Recent: video teaching Resources for Erasmus ABCtoVLE, 12 EU university roll out of course design methods Project at University College, London.
Previously: Programme Adviser at the Institute for Work Based Learning at Middlesex University, 2006-2010,
Multimedia projects for teaching and video resources for MODnet 2006-10
FE/HE course leader HND digital production, West Herts College, Watford 1998-2004
BBC Education senior producer of geography, science and maths programmes 1974-96.
Using online video feedback methods with BEd Dissertation students.
2019 - Use of iPad Pro for handwritten and audio annotated feedback video.
2016 - 2018 feedback through iShowU Instant software.
Poster at Teaching & Learning Conference 2016.
e-Learning Consultant at University College, London
Past UCL Projects:
Research Fellowship: What does an HE lecturer find relevant from education media to improve the quality of student engagement? A scoping review across UCL to inform the design of a new Educational Media service for teaching staff.
Production of video resources with Teaching Fellows at the Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), 2011-2013. Resources for Arena: university-wide roll out of the HEA UK Professional Standards Framework (PSF). Working to CALT Director Dr Dilly Fung, 2014
Workshops for UCL staff:
Media-Savvy Teaching Workshop, 2 day, June 2013 Teaching for Better Student Engagement Workshop, 24th July 2014
Howarth, M. S., 2017. Teaching Like a Video Journalist Thinks. Internet Learning, [Online]. Vol 5, No 1 Fall 2016/ Winter 2017, 47-67. Available at: http://www.ipsonet.org/publications/open-access/internet-learning/volume-5-number-1-fall-2016-winter-2017 [Accessed 20 July 2017].
Basiel, S., Howarth, M.S. (2017) Active Learning: a Meta-Film Approach in Treatise: The London Diaries - Business & Management Perspectives, p.14 (128 pages) Amity Press. available on Amazon.
Howarth, M. S. (2016, September) Dissertation tutoring with video. Poster. Exhibited at the annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Middlesex University, London. 594 cm x 841cm, 23” x 33”.
Howarth, M S (2013) Metaphor and neuroscience: implications for online learning. In B. Sutton & A. Basiel,ed. Teaching and Learning Online: New Models of Learning for a Connected World, Volume 2, Routledge, Ch.11.
Howarth, M. S. (2011). Metaphor, embodied learning and WBL. Work Based Learning Futures V Conference. University of Derby.
Howarth, M. S. (2011). Neuroscience & metaphor: implications for e-Learning, [poster] Research in Distance Education October 26, Centre for Distance Education, University of London.Howarth, M. S. (2010). The Self-Editor: a strategy for improving reflective writing. Middlesex Annual Learning and Teaching Conference: Engaging the Digital Generation in Academic Literacy. Hendon.