Author Archives: Dr Hala Mansour

About Dr Hala Mansour

Associate Professor, Mum, Interested in Change and Organisational Behaviour

#LTHEchat 118 is about ‘Course design, teaching practice and the learner experience’ with Professor Alejandro (Ale) Armellini, Dean of Learning and Teaching, University of Northampton, @alejandroa

Our #LTHEchat in 20th June 2018 with Professor Alejandro (Ale) Armellini, Dean of Learning and Teaching, University of Northampton@alejandroa will be about ‘Course design, teaching practice and the learner experience’. Please join us 8-9pm BST. Much effort, creativity, resource and research … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 117 is about ‘Using Games for Learning’ with Matthew Crossley @mattycrossley

The next #LTHEchat on Wednesday 13th June 8-9pm (BST) will be hosted by Matthew Crossley @mattycrossley on ‘Using Games for Learning’. I think it is fair to say that in 2018 there is significant competition for the attention of our … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 113 is about Hidden figures – using evidence to understand our students. The chat will be hosted by @ThemesTweets #Themeschat

  #LTHEchat #Themeschat Wednesday 16 May 2018 from 8pm to 9pm Hidden figures – using evidence to understand our students chat will be hosted by @ThemesTweets We are part of the revolution – the data revolution. In recent times there … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 112 with Dr Martin Rich @MartinRich106 about Pace in Learning and Teaching

The next #LTHEchat on Wednesday 9th May 8-9 PM (GMT) will be based on questions from Dr Martin Rich @MartinRich106 about Pace in Learning and Teaching. For many of undergraduate students who I teach, their first big challenge, having started their course … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 110 with Nicole Brown @ncjbrown and Jennifer Leigh @drschniff “Ableism in academia – where are chronically ill, disabled and neurodiverse staff and students?”

The next #LTHEChat in Wednesday 18th April 8-9PM (GMT) will be based on questions from Nicole Brown @ncjbrown and Jennifer Leigh @drschniff “Ableism in academia – where are chronically ill, disabled and neurodiverse staff and students?” In recent months there has been … Continue reading

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