Fields of study
Hill, Sophie (2016). Threshold concepts in prosthetics. Prosthetics and orthotics international.
Hill, Sophie (2011). Knocking on the door: How do students enter the disciplinary community of practice?. O'Doherty, Eamon (Ed.). The fifth education in a changing environment conference book 2009: critical times, critical voices. chapter 7. p. 99-116. Informing Science Press.
Grant, Maria J; Munro, Wendy; McIsaac, Jaye; Hill, Sophie
Cross-disciplinary writers' group stimulates fresh approaches to scholarly communication: A reflective case study within a higher education institution in the north west of England.
New Review of Academic Librarianship.
Hill, Sophie; Rusaw, David; Goihl, Tobias; Hjermann, Anne Katrine; Schwannborg, Linn Reed; Bauge, Krister (2019). Developing national curriculum guidelines: an appropriateness-based approach. International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics 17th World Congress. ISPO.
Hill, Sophie (2014). Sustaining interest in supporting subjects. Ortopedteknik 2014. Sveriges Ortopedenjörers Förening.
Hill, Sophie (2014). Motor learning: what can the theory tell us?. ISPO Global Educators Meeting. International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Hill, Sophie (2014). Troublesome or threshold: the experience of difficult concepts in prosthetics. ISPO Global Educators Meeting. International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics.
The same but different: Troublesomeness when the student's and the lecturer's disciplines do not match.
4th Biennial Threshold Concepts Conference & 6th NAIRTL Annual Conference. NAIRTL.
Hill, Sophie (2011). Why don't they get it?. Lecture. Hälsohögskolan i Jönköping.
Hill, Sophie (2010). What do prosthetics and orthotics students find difficult. Norsk Ortopediigeniør Forening (NOIF) Conference. NOIF.
Troublesome Knowledge: why don't they get it?.
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