Monthly Archives: March 2022

#LTHEchat 231: Contract Cheating, Academic Integrity, and Supporting Students. Led by @MaireadGreene2 @iainmacl and @michelletooher on 23 March 2022, 8pm GMT

The term ‘contract cheating’ was first coined in 2006 by Robert Clarke and Thomas Lancaster (Clarke & Lancaster, 2006) to describe the phenomenon they were seeing where students were, rather than potentially simply plagiarising other’s materials, actually paying someone else … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 230: Leaving the beaten path: critical pedagogies to disrupt the status quo, led by @_PXavier, @KaySocLearn and Darren Minister on 16 March, 8 pm GMT

Societies globally are facing a troubling time and embedded societal inequities lead to adverse impacts for marginalised groups which can be magnified in times of crisis. This can be seen in the second part of the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 229: Contextual analysis for inclusive learning and teaching. Led by: @VirnaRossi and @NokuthulaVila16 on 9 March 2022, 8 pm GMT

How can contextual analysis support more inclusive design and teaching practices? Both at curriculum design stage and at curriculum enactment stage teachers and those supporting learning tend to focus primarily on content and assessment: What do the students ‘need’ to know … Continue reading

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