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By | June 6th, 2017|Comments Off on Case Studies

Case study: Blog assessment

Dr Michael Muthukrishna Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science Course Name: PB101 - Foundations of Psychological Science Level: First and second year undergraduates Class size: 17 Learning objectives Application of information skills Communication Creativity/Innovation Critical Thinking Digital Literacy Employability Engagement Writing Skills Assessment type: Individual & summative Duration: over 10 weeks Supportive documentation Detailed [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|Comments Off on Case study: Blog assessment

Student Blogs

Using WordPress to to support individual student blogs and peer assessment as part of a third-year Anthropology course summative assessment The project team: Harry Walker Athina Chatzigavriil Arthur Wadsworth "The project will develop the use of student blogs as one component of the summative assessment for AN300 Advanced Theory of [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Student Blogs

Shani Orgad: ambivalence, hospitality and Paddington Bear

Shani Orgad, Media & Communications Some people say that academics don’t “live in the real world”, that academia isn't in the real world. If that is the case, then the LSE is not an academic institution. Because the LSE is at its core concerned with the real world, with real lives and concrete experiences. You cannot find more politically [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on Shani Orgad: ambivalence, hospitality and Paddington Bear

William A. Callahan: Visual International Politics Student Movies

William A. Callahan, International Relations (Photo: Aperiofilms for LTI) When William A. Callahan, Professor in IR, devised a new course, Visual International Politics (IR318), one of its objectives was to train students in how to produce, direct, film and edit short documentary films. Documentaries encourage students to  work collaboratively, reinforce concepts learnt, and [...]

By | October 5th, 2015|0 Comments