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    Pro Director Education Vision Fund update- The Philosophy Exchange

Pro Director Education Vision Fund update- The Philosophy Exchange

Today’s post outlines the success of the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method’s Pro-Director Education Vision Funded project, the Philosophy Exchange. You can find out more about the Philosophy Exchange and other School-funded projects at the LSE Education Symposium on Wednesday 9th May.

Launched in Lent Term, the Philosophy Exchange was designed to give undergraduate students the chance to […]

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Accounting First Steps Saturday with LSE LIFE

LSE LIFE offers departments and programmes the support and space to run events that enhance the student experience. Academic Developer Jenny Stowar’s post explains what happened when new Accounting undergraduates attended a welcome session in LSE LIFE, aimed at welcoming students to the department and at helping students to meet and work together from the very beginning of their […]

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    LSE GROUPS at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research

LSE GROUPS at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research

As recruitment for the next LSE GROUPS session opens, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Ellis Saxey shares insights into the experiences of two LSE GROUPS participants who had the chance to present their research at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research earlier this year.

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) is a unique occasion: a showcase for the […]

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Games and Learning

In this post, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Ellis Saxey explores how games can be used to enhance learning in the classroom, sharing the example of how LSE Fellow Andrea Pia’s game ‘The Long Day of Young Peng’ has helped students see connections across course topics.

Games can be powerful learning tools. As simulations they can offer insights; as […]

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Surprising students: when students exceed expectations

In today’s post, TLC’s Dr Ellis Saxey considers how preparing students well can help lead to outcomes far beyond a teacher’s original expectations.

One of the treats of teaching is when students exceed your expectations.

I recently wrote on this blog about the LSE GROUPS collaboration with Imperial College, where interdisciplinary and inter-institutional groups of students worked together on research projects […]

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