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How Students Learn workshop

This workshop will provide an introduction to a range of theories and models relating to student learning and an opportunity to explore the implications for teaching practice.

By the end of the session you will have an appreciation of a range of learning theories and frameworks and have considered how this research might be applied in the context of your teaching.


Available Dates



Thursday 23 March 2017

1.00pm - 4.00pm

Experimental Teaching Space

Workshop Facilitated by

Dr Jennie Mills (LDC)

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This workshop is open to all staff who teach/support teaching and is a core workshop for PCAPP 2014 starters

Alignment with UKPSF

A1: Design & plan learning activities/programmes of study
A4: Developing effective learning environments
A5:Engage in CPD in subjects & their pedagogy

Core Knowledge:
K1: The subject material
K2: Appropriate methods for teaching & learning
K3: How student learn

More info: UK Professional Standards Framework