LSE GROUPS-Imperial Horizons student research conference

On 7th March, students taking part in the Lent Term collaboration between LSE’s GROUPS and Imperial College’s Horizons presented their finished projects. In this post, staff from the Teaching and Learning Centre reflect on how students from different institutions and different disciplines worked together to create original research.

How quickly can you carry out a valid, original research project? LSE […]


The LSE100 laboratory

Professor Paul Kelly has described LSE100 as a laboratory for teaching and learning at LSE. In advance of a practice sharing event on the course, Dr Jessica Templeton, Deputy Director of LSE100, was interviewed by Dr Claire Gordon, Senior Academic Developer in LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre

What is the value of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the […]

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Resource of the week: interdisciplinary teaching and learning

In advance of our Innovative teaching and learning practice from the LSE100 laboratory session on Thursday 12 November – an event designed for academic staff at LSE to share practice and stimulate discussion – this week’s resource focuses on the subject of interdisciplinarity. The value of interdisciplinarity as an approach to research and education has enjoyed increasing acknowledgement over recent years, […]


LSE and Imperial College partner to deliver GROUPS

Following on from Monday’s resource on student partnerships, Claire Gordon (left), director of the LSE GROUPS programme, interviewed Debra Humphris, Vice Provost for Education at Imperial College, about the new LSE/Imperial GROUPS initiative taking place here at LSE at the end of Summer Term. This year LSE GROUPS, which for the past five years has provided undergraduates with the […]


Educating in the discipline

Monday’s resource focused on a strand of educational research literature that explores the ontological and epistemological bases of academic disciplines and the implications these have for the way we educate our students. Academics on LSE’s Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education course are asked to draw on this literature to reflect on the fundamental nature of their discipline(s) and to consider how this affects the way […]


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