Why just watch your peers teaching and tick a few boxes? Why not try new ways to engage in constructive discussions with colleagues about enhancing student learning and the wider student experience in your subject?
Published: Aug 26, 2015 11:37:33 AM
The UCL ChangeMakers team, Abbie King & Dr Jenny Marie (UCL Centre for Advancing Learning and Teaching) share how student-led projects are enabling our learners to feel “more empowered, less passive and a co-constructor in their education.”
Published: Aug 18, 2015 12:46:38 PM
The NSS (National Student Survey) is an annual final year undergraduate survey and this year’s results have made for interesting reading. Although some improvements have been made and UCL’s overall satisfaction is 83%, there are multiple areas which have seen a drop in satisfaction. What is being done to address the concerns students have highlighted in their responses?
Published: Aug 18, 2015 12:25:17 PM
Need to know
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.
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