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Interactivity in Teaching

Location
Senior Common Room - Law Building
Category
Arts and Law, Research
Dates
Wednesday 17th January 2018 (13:00-14:00)
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BLS Research Seminar 

  • In this session colleagues will present on how—and why—they structure participation and interaction into their teaching. Sharing examples of good practice, the session invites discussion on the benefits and challenges of interactive learning in a law school setting, in both lecture and seminar contexts
  • Linden Thomas, 'A reflection on trialing interactive methods in large lectures'
  • Jonathan Collinson, ‘Understanding student expectations of seminars and setting ground rules: an experiment'
  • Julian Lonbay , 'Of flipping twitterfalls and polls'

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