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T&L Seminar Series: Katirtzoglou LSE

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T&L Seminar Series: Katirtzoglou LSE

The teaching and learning seminars will touch on topics related teaching pedagogy, teaching research in Economics, or practical methods for Economics (e.g. experiments, students engagement etc).

Katirtzoglou (Department of Mathematics, LSE)

Date:Wednesday 14 February, 2-3.30pm
Location: Social Sciences, Room S0.11

Eleni has been teaching at LSE since 2006 and has a Ph.D in Functional Analysis from the University of Memphis.

Eleni will talk about ‘Teaching Real Analysis to Economics Students using a Round Table Model’. She has developed the Round Table model for teaching and learning mathematics and specializes in teaching abstract mathematics to economists. In 2016 Eleni received the LSESU Award for Innovative Teaching and an LSE Excellence in Education Award.


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