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Generative lab to tackle gender stereotypes and unconscious biases in teaching and learning

Dr Karen Jones & Dr Maria Kambouri-Danos, Institute of Education        karen.jones@reading.ac.uk     m.kambouridanos@reading.ac.uk                                         Year of activity: 2016/17 Overview … Continue reading

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Henley students social media engagement

Alina Maroukian, Henley Business School                                        a.maroukian@henley.ac.uk                                … Continue reading

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Engaging students in assessment design

Dr Maria Kambouri-Danos, Institute of Education             m.kambouridanos@reading.ac.uk                                                       … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Curriculum Framework: Using focus groups to diversify assessment

Dr Madeleine Davies, School of Literature and Languages Overview The Department of English Literature (DEL) is organising student focus groups as part of our TLDF-funded ‘Diversifying Assessments’ project led by Dr Chloe Houston and Dr Madeleine Davies. This initiative is … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Curriculum Framework in student participation at academic conferences

Dr Madeleine Davies and Dr Bethany Layne, School of Literature and Languages m.k.davies@reading.ac.uk Overview This entry offers a model of the way in which the aims embedded in the Curriculum Framework can be articulated via student engagement with research-led activity. … Continue reading

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