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Tom Stafford, University of Sheffield
Experiments in Learning
Greenwich Campus, Queen Anne 080
January 31st 2017, 5-6pm
Tom Stafford is Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Cognitive Science at the University of Sheffield. He is also the department's Director of Public Engagement. His research focusses on learning and decision making, and how they interact.
Over my years working as a teacher in university I have applied insights from the cognitive science of learning and decision making to my teaching practice via hopeful experimentation on the courses I have taught. My ambition has been to use the literature on the role of feedback and active learning, in combination with new technology, to solve the dilemmas of delivering effective tutoring to larger classes. In this lecture, I reflect upon what worked and upon what didn't, and I talk about what cognitive science has to offer teachers and teaching in universities.
The Educational Development Unit open lecture series is free to attend
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You can also listen to the live streaming of this lecture via: http://bit.ly/edulecturesstafford
For more details on our series: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/faculty/eddev/study/open-lecture-series
Recordings of past lectures can be viewed on our vimeo site: https://vimeo.com/channels/uogedu
Best wishes for new year,
Dr Danielle Tran BA, MA, FHEA, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Learning, Teaching & Professional Development
Educational Development Unit
University of Greenwich
QM162 Maritime Greenwich Campus
London SE10 9LS
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