Education Symposia and Fora

Lent Term 2022 Education Forum

Education for Sustainability

We are pleased to invite you to the Lent Term Education Forum on Wednesday 23 February from 2-4pm. This will be held solely online, via Zoom. 

Our focus will be: ‘Education for Sustainability’ We will announce the specific line-up details in January

 

For now, register your place here!

Michaelmas Term 2021 Education Forum

Digital Education Futures

Our Michaelmas Term Education Forum was held on Thursday 18 November from 3-5pm. This took place online via Zoom.

Download the schedule here.

You can watch segments from the Forum on the LSE Eden Centre YouTube channel, namely:

Digital Skills and Digital Media - Examples of practice from around the School

Perspectives on digital education (student panel)

Assessment - Examples of practice from around the School

LSE Education Symposium 2019 short film

Education Symposium 2019 summary film Education Symposium 2019 summary film

Previous Education Symposia

LSE Education Symposium 2021

Our annual Education Symposium took place online on Thursday 10 June (pm) and Friday 11 June (am) via Zoom. Our focus was ‘What will an LSE education look like in 2030?

Over two half-day sessions, we encouraged the School community of educators to reflect on the tumultuous and intensely adaptive year behind them, and to contribute to understanding and developing the emerging challenges of the years ahead of us.

The event featured TeachMeet presentations* from LSE colleagues, panels and perspectives from newer and experienced academics and guest external keynote speakers Kathe PelletierMark McCormack and D. Christopher Brooks from EDUCAUSE and Gilly Salmon

Take a look at the full Final 2021 schedule

*for those unfamiliar with 'TeachMeets', please see this useful summary document, especially if you're interested in presenting at a future Education Forum. If you are, please contact us on eden@lse.ac.uk.

LSE Education Symposium 2020

This was held on Tuesday 16 June (1-3pm). It was purely an online event for the first time, due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Download the ST2020 LSE Education Forum Schedule here 

Pro-Director for Education Dilly Fung and other LSE colleagues contributed to a panel debate on the question “Post COVID-19, will education at LSE return to business as usual, or will there be lasting change?”, while staff from across the School talked about how they have adapted their approach to teaching and learning in response to the challenges of the global pandemic. The Forum closed with an eye firmly towards the future, with discussion groups focusing on LSE Curriculum Shift 2020 and planning for the coming academic year. 

You can watch presentations given at the Forum by our colleagues below:

Jacob Breslow (Department of Gender Studies)

Rishita Nandagiri (Department of International Development)

Jet G. Sanders (LSE Psychological and Behavioural Science)

LSE Education Symposium 2019

This took place on Thursday 2 May at The Lincoln Centre and two smaller LSE venues. See below for a summary of the schedule. You can download a more detailed programme schedule for the Symposium here.

The event featured presentations from members of the first cohort of LSE Student Change Makers.

The event was followed by the LSE Teaching Awards held in the Saw Swee Hock building in the evening.

Both LSE Director Dame Minouche Shafik and Pro-Director for Education Professor Dilly Fung addressed the Symposium in the afternoon. 

LSE Education Symposium 2019 schedule

Symposium 2019 schedule

 

 Lincoln Centre                                     

 32L.LG.14                                                      

11:00-12:00 

Parallel session - staff presenting

Chair: Claire Gordon

Frederic Basso, PBS

George Tzougas, Statistics

 

Parallel session - staff presenting

Chair: Sara Camacho-Felix

Leigh Jenco, Government

Sonya Onwu, Law

 

 

 

PAR.LG.03

12:00-12:30

LUNCH 

LUNCH

12:30-12:45

LSE Director's Welcome

Martha Ojo, LSESU

Change Makers at stalls

12:45-13:35

Change Makers presenting

Change Makers at stalls

13:35-13:40

BREAK

Change Makers at stalls

13:40-14:30

Change Makers presenting

Change Makers at stalls

14:30-14:45

BREAK

BREAK

14:45-15:45

Parallel session - staff presenting

Chair: Lee-Ann Sequeira

Patrick Dunleavy, Government

Alex Voorhoeve, Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method

Parallel session - staff presenting

Chair: Mark Baltovic

Frank Cowell and Kasia Krajniewska, Economics

Patrick Wallis, Economic History

16:00-17:00

Keynote - Dilly Fung, Pro-Director for Education 

 

 

CLOSE

 

LSE Education Symposium 2018

The LSE Education Symposium 2018 focused on celebrating the best of education at LSE. It took place on Wednesday 9 May from 12.30-18.00 in the Parish Hall. 

Programme:

12.30- Lunch and poster display

13.20- Welcome

13.30 - 14.15 Session 1 options

Teaching in a team: with Dr Sadie Wearing, Dr Jessica Templeton, Dr Jillian Terry, Chiara Sotis

Peer mentoring: with Dr Pik Liew and students

Academic Advising: with Sophie Wise

Capture the Market: with Geraldine Foley, Dr Jose Olivas-Osuna

14.25- 15.10 Session 2 options

London as my Lab: with Dr Taylor Sherman, Dr Ioanna Gouseti, Dr Tom Smith

Learning through film-making: with Dr Shani Orgad, Dr Lijing Shi

Building student community: with Adam Judge, Carl-Ludwig Campbell, Dr Richard Perkins

The Long Day of Young Peng (An Anthropology game): with Dr Andrea Pia

15.35 - 16.20 Session 3 options

LSE LIFE: Sunny side up – Engaging students by making connections: with Dr Erik Baurdoux, Maria Bell, Maria Laura Rojas-Vallejo, Gemma Stansfield and Jack Winterton

Blended learning: with Dr Savvas Verdis, Darren Moon

The Lottery of Life (A Social Policy game)

16.30- Professor Dilly Fung, Pro-Director for Education (Designate) will give the closing address:

Excellent education in research-rich institutions: towards a menu of opportunities for the LSE

What is distinctive about studying in LSE's research-rich culture? How can we build on this so that students from all backgrounds feel fully included, as co-investigators and producers of knowledge, in our scholarly community? In this session Professor Dilly Fung will explore a menu of opportunities for departments.

17.00- 18.00 Soft drinks and snacks ahead of the Students' Union Teaching Awards 2018