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Reason #4 to look forward to the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014: UCL does Question Time

26 March 2014

Swap party politics for pedagogy and David Dimbleby for Dr Dilly Fung and you have the final session of the conference – UCL’s own take on Question Time

Teaching Learning Conference UCL 2014 question time

An esteemed panel of education experts has been gathered for this UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 event, including keynote speaker Dr Etienne Wenger-Trayner and Vice Provost (Education) Professor Anthony Smith.

Also among those fielding questions from the audience will be:

  • Charlotte Croffie, UCL Organisational Development
  • Professor Sue Hamilton, UCL Institute of Archaeology
  • Dr John E Mitchell, UCL Engineering Science
  • Professor Diana Laurillard, IOE Faculty of Children and Learning.

CALT Director Dr Dilly Fung, meanwhile, will chair the debate and select audience members to pose their questions.

All attendees will have the chance to submit ideas either via the conference app, Twitter or by noting down and posting their questions in the Jeremy Bentham Room, so if there’s a burning issue you’re keen to see brought to the fore, this is the perfect opportunity.

To book your place at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 on 3 April, visit the registration site.

You can also view the full schedule for the day at the CALT website.

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