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Pupils from UCL’s partner schools joined undergraduate students last
week to brainstorm ways of supporting the transition to university.
Published: Oct 28, 2016 10:31:46 AM
Colleagues from Careers,
Student Support and Wellbeing and UCLU collaborated at a workshop held in July,
to identify the key non-academic content of the Introductory Programme, a
project that aims to support the new student’s transition to UCL.
Published: Oct 28, 2016 10:24:27 AM
Smartphones, lateness, language diversity, unknown levels
of prior knowledge – these were just some of the challenges examined by UCL
teaching staff at a highly enjoyable Arena Exchange seminar last week.
Published: Oct 24, 2016 5:08:28 PM
Connected Curriculum is an institution-wide initiative, launched in October 2014. Its main aim is to ensure that all UCL students participate in research at all levels of their programme of study.
If you teach, supervise, assess or support students’
learning, in any context, UCL Arena is for you. It’s a meeting place for
colleagues to share approaches to teaching and learning.
The Provost’s Teaching Awards reward staff for displaying leadership and innovation. A range of funding schemes are also available to help UCL people develop new approaches.Tweets by @ucl_teaching