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Term one feedback from students

At the end of term one, the University ran an end of term survey to assess how the changes to teaching and learning had been received by current students. We are delighted to share the fantastic results from this survey. Students commended the support they had received from their personal tutors and staff at CLL.

% positive 

The combined approach of online and face to face teaching 

The quality of online teaching offered by your department 

Changes in the course or teaching have been communicated effectively 

Academic support from your department this term 

Connection with your department (e.g. personal or senior tutor, other staff) 

Centre for Lifelong Learning 

71% 

81% 

76% 

77% 

64% 

Thu 28 Jan 2021, 14:43 | Tags: CLL Warwick University Warwick students teaching

Dr Alan Dolan and Kay McEvoy rewarded for their 21 years service at Warwick!

Dr Alan Dolan, Associate Professor and Director of Social Work and Kay McEvoy, Recruitment and Marketing Manager both received an award for their 21 years service at Warwick.

Alan did an interview with the central communications team where he shared his experience of the past 21 years at Warwick. He commented how his colleagues and the students are the reason he's stayed here so long. You can read his full interview here.


Early Years team attended the Exhibition of Childhood

The Early Years team went on a guided tour of an exhibition of childhood at Compton Verney. The exhibition addressed a range of themes including royalty, play, learning, dreams, families, animals and nature. This was an opportunity to view and reflect on a selection of portraits and scenes with children as the main subject.


Froebel tells us 'What is this play of the little ones? It is the great drama of life itself'

Our Senior Teaching Fellow in Early Childhood, Dr. Charlotte Jones, attended SEFDEY Froebel training - what better way to enrich the day than with Froebel's forms 'life, knowledge and beauty'. She reflects on the training day in her recent news article.


A reflection on STOPSO's 2nd Annual Conference

Jackie Williams, Senior Teaching Fellow, Counselling and Psychotherapy recently attended STOPSO's 2nd Annual Conference, which had a number of keynote speakers, and lived experience contributors. STOPSO is a relatively new charity, which has quite a broad overview, for example in areas such as sexual offending.

Fri 24 May 2019, 13:19 | Tags: CLL Counselling undergraduate Warwick seminar teaching

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