Teaching and Learning Conferences
The annual London School of Business and Management Teaching and Learning Conference, organised for the first time in 2011, brings together established and emerging academics, practitioners, and policymakers interested in teaching and learning in a widening participation context.
The event aims to contribute to the development of an active learning community and to enable networking among academic, business and IT professionals. Each conference provides the opportunity for active debate and provokes reflection across the higher education arena around the development of learning and teaching issues in the rapidly transforming modern economy.
It is also designed to act as a springboard for future workshop sessions, and to provide an opportunity to model and apply new approaches and resources as well as encourage contributions from students.
Our 8th Conference will be taking place on 10 July 2018 and we would like to invite submissions from those who are pushing boundaries, innovating and redefining their practices, working with or against metrics, in higher education.
If you would be interested in taking part, or attending this years event, then please click here for details.
Each year's conference had a specific theme, as follows. (You can learn more specifics about each one by clicking on the links below)
2018 - Beyond metrics: Measuring the immeasurable in Higher Education
2017 - TEF: Taking Education Further!
2016 - To Boldly Go! Redefining the Inclusive Curriculum in HE
2015 - Exploring the Role of Servant Leadership in Higher Education
2014 - Enhancing Students’ Employment Opportunities: Higher Education Teaching and Learning Innovations
2013 - Unlocking the Potential: Innovation in Higher Education Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
2012 - Hearts and Minds: Captivating Teaching and Innovative Pedagogies
2011 - Connexions: Engaging our Students
A THIRD Award Nomination for LSBM!...
Thanks to all the students who visited our stall at ExCel this year!...
NSS 2017 Results - Learning Opportunities 93.9%...
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