learning technologies

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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Innovative Teaching and Learning Spaces for LSE

Staff from, among others, the Estates Division, Learning Technology and Innovation, and the Teaching and Learning Centre have been carrying out work across campus to interrogate the design and capabilities of LSE’s new and refurbished learning and teaching spaces. In this post, LTI Senior Learning Technologist Kris Roger explains the rationale, approach and follow-up evaluation activity involved in shaping […]

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    Dissertation support and supervision for M-Level students in the new academic year

Dissertation support and supervision for M-Level students in the new academic year

Continuing our focus on the new academic year, Dr Jenni Carr, Academic Developer in the Teaching and Learning Centre discusses TLC’s review of M-level dissertation support and supervision in the new academic year.

Although the new shape to the academic year provided the stimulus for asking departments for examples of how this was affecting practice – for example, ‘front-loading’ dissertation support […]

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Integrating digital and information literacies in course curricula

In advance of an Academic Development Programme workshop on this subject next Wednesday (see the booking link at the end of the post), during which participants will explore the concepts of information and digital literacies, how they relate to student learning and how they can be incorporated into courses and programmes, Jane Secker, Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor in LSE’s Learning Technology and Innovation, shares her […]

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Resource of the week: benefits and drawbacks of computer-based assessment and feedback

Following on from last Thursday’s interview with LSESU Education Officer Tom Maksymiw on exam feedback, this week’s resource reports on the findings of a multi-disciplinary study exploring the use of computer-based feedback systems from the perspective of both teachers and students. In Benefits and drawbacks of computer-based assessment and feedback systems: Student and educator perspectives, from the British Journal of […]

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