A joint #LTHEchat #HEAchat tonight is about ‘Which form of communication works best? with @kiusum

A joint #LTHEchat #HEAchat tonight from 8-9pm BST is about ‘Which form of communication works best?’ with @kiusum

Communication is an important skill – whether communicating with students and or staff, sometimes information may be misinterpreted. With our monthly with , we will be exploring the types of communication that works best in higher education. So join in and share your good and bad experiences in improving our communication skill!

Kiu is currently a Research Postgraduate on a MRes Course at Imperial College London, previously graduated from BSc (Hons) Human Nutrition from University of Westminster. It was whilst studying at Westminster; Kiu found her passion in student engagement work and the opportunities to collaborate with members of staff on varies research projects. Where possible, Kiu is actively involved in learning and teaching projects. ‘Students As Co-Creators’ projects enabled her to discover the importance of pedagogy research, focusing on student experiences and engagement including the use of mobile learning devices, digital resources, and feedback in learning and teaching. She has also written a Student Voice article outlining her ‘Students As Co-Creators’ project experiences for the upcoming issue in the Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal.

Here is the Wakelet for this chat: https://wakelet.com/wake/6d821cfa-6b11-475f-84bd-e4295b3cc5c1

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About Dr Hala Mansour

Associate Professor, Mum, Interested in Change and Organisational Behaviour
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