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"The greatest way to learn something is to have to explain it to someone else; you really get tested."
Dr Andrea Sella, Department of Chemistry
- Institutional Learning and Teaching Strategy 2010-2015
- Departmental Learning and Teaching Strategies: Guidance for drafters
- UCL Manifesto for Teaching and Learning
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Departmental teaching and learning strategies
All UCL departments offering undergraduate or Master's degree programmes must produce a departmental learning and teaching strategy (DLTS) every three years. The most recent DLTSs were submitted in the Spring Term of 2012.
In the run-up to the submission deadline, Rosalind Duhs and Mark Weyers hosted a DLTS-writing guidance session. To view highlights from the session, watch the short video clips below.
Part One: Dr Rosalind Duhs
Part Two: Dr Clive Young
Part Three: Dr Leonie Hannan and Kimberley Freeman
Part Four: Dr Rosalind Duhs
Part Five: Dr Mark Weyers
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