Teaching Case Studies: Promoting Student Engagement


A picture of a mug on a table with a book and some reading glasses in the background and a bowl of apples. The writing on the mug reads; "Keep calm and carry on teaching"
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As part of our work in sharing best-practice across the university, LEaD will be sharing a series of short case studies – both written and recorded – which provide examples of the range of ways that staff foster student engagement in their teaching and learning activities here at City, University of London. These case studies will explore a range of aspects relating to learning, teaching and assessment and will come from across a range of different schools.

We will share our first post next week in which Dr Grace Lucas from the School of Health and Psychological Sciences shares her work on establishing a ‘student involvement group’, designed to foster student engagement and promote communication.

If you would like to share a case study based on your own teaching practice, you can find out how to do so here: Call for Teaching Case Studies – Promoting Student Engagement at City.

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