Time and Space(s) in Legal and Criminal Justice Education
- Date: Wednesday 20 February 2019, 13:00 – 15:00
- Location: Liberty Building
- Type: Seminars and lectures
- Cost: Free
This session draws on research and scholarship from three colleagues who have been engaging in these issues in their work at both a practical and theoretical level.
When and where our learning and teaching interactions occur with students are increasingly challenged by advances in digital technologies, re-design of teaching spaces, use of lecture capture, social media and student (and staff) working patterns and other commitments. Traditional models of learning and teaching are being disrupted with greater opportunities for collaborative interactions between learners and teachers, and for some of this communication to take place in asynchronous forms.
This session draws on research and scholarship from three colleagues within CIRLE, School of Law, who have been engaging in these issues in their work at both a practical and theoretical level, and will draw on examples, of developing a university MOOC on prisons, the LITE funded Report on the University’s collaborative learning lecture theatres and establishing a transitions portal for students entering higher education. There will be three papers and time for discussion and the sharing of best practice among all colleagues. Please do bring your own ideas and experiences for discussion.
Richard Peake: Pedagogic Challenges and Visual Teaching: Experiencing the MOOC
Norma Martin Clement: The use and impact of the Collaborative Lecture Theatres: Digging up the foundations of the Lecture Theatre. You can read Norma's recent report for the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence here.
Craig Newbery-Jones: The Chronotopes of Legal Education: Time, Space, and Digital Learning Experiences
Moot Court Room
School of Law
University of Leeds
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All welcome. This is a free event, though registration is required.
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