LSE Teaching Symposium 2015

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We are happy to announce details of the upcoming LSE Teaching Symposium 2015! The theme this year is "Putting student experience at the heart of an LSE education."

The event will be taking place on Tuesday 5 May in the NAB. The schedule will be as follows:

PART 1

09:30-10:45     LSE Teaching Symposium Café

Come and join this year's teaching award winners, students and academic colleagues for informal conversation about building student experience into teaching practice. Plus, tea, coffee, pastries and fruit on every table!

10:45-11:00     Break

11:00-13:00     Panel & Workshop: "An LSE education: what does it mean?"

Panel discussion with Emily Jackson (chair), Jennifer Jackson-Preece, Anna Tuckett and Nona Buckley-Irvine. Followed by a workshop to discuss themes arising.

13:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00 Close

Please fill in the form below to reserve a place at the events in the morning. Limited places available!

 

PART 2

17:30-20:00 LSE Teaching Awards Reception

Come and celebrate a successful year of teaching at LSE with colleagues! Book a place at Eventbrite's LSE Teaching Awards Reception 2015| page.

See LSE Teaching Day and Teaching Symposia| for information about and photos from its forerunner events between 2009 and 2014.

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Join the conversation on Twitter between now and 5 May by tweeting answers to this question

"What does an LSE education mean?"

including the hashtag

#anLSEeducation