53 tried and tested tips for running effective small groups in higher education and training.
Seminars and tutorials are staples of higher and professional education courses, but running them well and ensuring that they are effective is not easy.
53 Interesting Things to do in your Seminars and Tutorials provides practical suggestions, each tried and tested, for ways to develop your skills in running small groups. The authors cover all the issues involved in running small groups: ways to begin; student-led seminars; groupwork; student participation and responsibility; evaluation; written material; and expressing feelings.
Whether you're new to teaching and keen to develop good strategies, or more experienced and looking to expand your repertoire, 53 Interesting Things to do in your Seminars and Tutorials is a handy guide to keep on your desk.
HANNAH STRAWSON is a barrister. She holds qualifications from the University of East Anglia and Nottingham Trent Univerity. SUE HABESHAW and TREVOR HABESHAW lectured at the University of Western England. GRAHAM GIBBS was Professor at the Oxford Learning Institute at the University of Oxford.
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