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    Judith Shapiro and Steve Pischke on recommended summer reads

Judith Shapiro and Steve Pischke on recommended summer reads

As has become the tradition for our last post of the academic year, we’re featuring summer reading recommendations from special people at LSE. This year, two winners of the LSESU Teaching Excellence Awards shared their picks with us.

Judith Shapiro, Undergraduate Tutor, Department of Economics
Winner of LSESU Teaching Excellence Award for Welfare and Pastoral Support
An invitation to share my summer […]

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Experiential learning: learning away from the LSE

In this post Claire Gordon, Head of the Teaching and Learning Centre presents two fascinating examples of experiential learning from across the School…

After an intense exam period, and as we reach the end of another academic year, it seems like a good time to reconnect with processes of learning beyond the confines of the university and the growing range […]

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    Diversifying the Curriculum – recent developments and current projects at LSE

Diversifying the Curriculum – recent developments and current projects at LSE

In this post, Dr Colleen McKenna from the Teaching and Learning Centre reflects on recent conversations about diversifying aspects of the curriculum across the School.
These are outsiders, always. These stars—
these iron inklings of an Irish January,
whose light happened
thousands of years before
our pain did; they are, they have always been
outside history… (Eavan Boland ‘Outside History’ ll. 1-6)
A recurring motif in […]

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Walk and Talk: one-to-one study sessions in the open air

This Summer Term, LSE LIFE are offering students the opportunity to experience one-to-one sessions in a different way. The Education Blog took a walk with LSE LIFE’s Gemma Stansfield to find out more about how Walk & Talk appointments can help students consider their work in new light.

What is Walk & Talk?
Walk and Talk is a study appointment with […]

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Everyday reflective practice

In today’s post, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Erik Blair considers reflective practice in Higher Education.

The trouble with doing stuff is twofold. First of all, whatever stuff you plan to do is much more achievable if you feel that there is going to be a positive outcome. Secondly, it is much more likely that you will be successful […]

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