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    A pre-sessional with LSE LIFE & the Atlantic Fellows: Using decolonising and narrative reflections to develop academic study

A pre-sessional with LSE LIFE & the Atlantic Fellows: Using decolonising and narrative reflections to develop academic study

LSE LIFE’s Dr Sara Camacho Felix explains how pre-sessional workshops for 2017/18’s Atlantic Fellows helped professionals returning to study to consider the skills needed to study successfully at LSE, and gave them the chance to critically engage in conversations around the nature and role of education.

Decolonising theories of education (Asher, 2009; Heleta, 2016; Luckett, 2016; Mbembe, 2016) question universal […]

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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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Resource of the week: dialogue, monologue and soliloquy in lectures

As an introduction to Thursday’s post which will focus on lecturing, our resource this week is Dialogue, Monologue and Soliloquy in the Large Lecture Class (PDF) by James Davis (International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 178-182), which uses the analogy of theatre to explore different levels of address in the lecture setting.

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Resource of the week: learning communities for faculty

As a prelude to Thursday’s feature on our inaugural LSE Teaching Cafe, this week’s resource is about building a learning community among faculty. Although based on the experiences of scientists, Enabling a Culture of Change: A Life Science Faculty Learning Community Promotes Scientific Teaching (PDF) describes how faculty in a research intensive environment managed to initiate and maintain a dialogue about teaching […]

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Resource of the week- can dialogue help to improve feedback on examinations?

Today’s resource investigates the value of dialogue to improve feedback on examinations. It is the start of a two week focus on exam feedback on the blog which includes an interview with LSESU Education Officer Tom Maksymiw this Thursday and reflections on the experience of introducing exam feedback in Geography and Environment and International History next week. In the context of […]

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