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    Reflecting on 2017/18: the Education Symposium, the LSE/LSESU Teaching Awards Evening and some examples of activities in academic departments

Reflecting on 2017/18: the Education Symposium, the LSE/LSESU Teaching Awards Evening and some examples of activities in academic departments

As we approach the end of the Summer Term, the Education Blog team have been taking the opportunity to reflect on some of the outstanding educational practice at LSE in 2017/18.

On the 9th May, the Education Symposium, and the Students’ Union Teaching Awards event provided an opportunity for colleagues to network, share best practice and hear about a range […]

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    LSE Education Awards 2016/17: what is ‘excellent teaching’?

LSE Education Awards 2016/17: what is ‘excellent teaching’?

In 2016/17, LSE’s teaching awards identified and celebrated the work of 262 teaching staff. To understand more about what staff and students identify as excellent teaching, the Educational Strategy Unit collected and analysed nomination statements from the LSE Class Teacher Awards (CTAs), LSE Excellence in Education Awards (EIEAs) and LSESU Teaching Excellence Awards (SUTEAs).

Dame Minouche Shafik addresses recipients of […]

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    Just got schooled: learning from effective teachers at the LSE

Just got schooled: learning from effective teachers at the LSE

In the first of two pieces on teaching awards at LSE this week, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Lee-Ann Sequeira discusses October’s Celebration of Teaching panel event.

LSE has a world-renowned reputation for research. For a smallish social sciences university, it punches above its weight in the Research Excellence Framework and is a sought-after destination for academics and students who […]

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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
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Meet the Excellence in Education Awards Winners, 2016: Dr Damian Tambini

Dr Damian Tambini is Associate Professor, Director of the Media Policy Project and Programme Director: MSc Media & Communications (Governance). His teaching balances the importance of contemporary debate with facilitating the acquisition of lifelong skills and theoretical understanding and encourages students to contribute to the debates around them through discussion, disagreement, blogging and writing consultation responses.

‘There’s a lot I like […]

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