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Increasing Student Interaction in Class

A common problem for lecturers is dealing with a passive class, where students are unresponsive and avoid interaction with the tutor and each other. This can be a frustrating experience for both parties.

The workshop will have a practical focus and will consider;

  • the benefits of student interaction in class
  • different types of interaction
  • the challenges of incorporating interaction from a lecturer's perspective and how these can be evaluated

To book a place on this workshop please fill in the form below. Please note you must be signed in to access the booking forms.

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1 hour

Workshop Facilitated by

TBC, Learning and Development Centre

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Alignment with UKPSF

A1: Design and plan learning activities/programmes of study
A2: Teach and/or support learning
A4: Develop effective learning environments

Core Knowledge
K2: Appropriate methods for teaching & learning
K3: How students learn

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