Monthly Archives: October 2016

#LTHEchat 66: The porous university

My name is Ronald Macintyre, presently I am the R&D Manager for a Scottish Government funded programme called Open Educational Practices Scotland, it is sector wide aimed at raising awareness and building capacity in the development and use of free … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 65: Feedback and feed-forward: language and timing. With Phil Race @RacePhil

I’m supposed to be retired now, but haven’t quite made it yet. I’ve been around in higher education learning and teaching for a long time, and written a few books over the years. I remain passionate about the importance of … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 64: Students are asking (more) questions.

This week we are returning to our occasionally feature: students are asking questions. Back in March students from Manchester Metropolitan University posed us questions anonymously, from “How do you feel about teaching larger groups?’ to “how and why did you … Continue reading

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