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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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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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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 […]

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LSE GROUPS 2017

LSE GROUPS 2017 (#groups2017) will be open to undergraduates of all years and all disciplines, now in its seventh year. It will be taking place at the end of Summer Term, with places are limited to 84 LSE students. It is co-ordinated by the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre. Students will spend two weeks working in small groups of mixed […]

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LSE GROUPS/Imperial Horizons 2017 has begun!

On Tuesday 17 January, the staff of LSE Teaching and Learning Centre and ICL Imperial Horizons welcomed undergraduate students from LSE and Imperial College London to the LSE LIFE space. With over 70 students gathered together, Dr Ellis Saxey of the TLC and Dr Mark Pope of ICL gave them their assignment – to produce original research around the […]

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