Next #tlcwebinar > 22 March 17 discussing the use of action research to enhance teaching practice with Dr Helena Kettleborough

A teaching and learning conversation with:

About this conversation: We will explore together how action research can be used to adopt a scholarly approach for ongoing enhancement of our teaching practice.

helena-kettleborough-crop-145x145-588f262711dc8About Helena: Dr. Helena Mary Kettleborough teaches responsible enterprise and sustainability at Manchester Metropolitan University. Helena has a long standing commitment to action research as a tool to improve teaching, develop reflection and help grow an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable world. Helena was an enthusiastic participant on the CELT Creativity Module and co-creates with three colleagues, exploring ‘I love learning’ and using first and second person action research. Helena was awarded Outstanding Teacher in Sustainability in the MMU Student Union Awards 2016 and  gained her PhD from Lancaster Business School and is now working to publish the research.   Helena’s first career was as a senior manager in Local Authorities delivering community development and neighbourhood regeneration services and she is an active volunteer in her local inner city neighbourhood and delivers workshops on biodiversity loss.

When: Wednesday 22nd March 2017 12:00-13:00 (UK Time)

Joining the conversation: Simply follow this link http://mmu.adobeconnect.com/tlc/ and enter as a guest by typing your name, institution and country into the name field and clicking on the “Join Meeting” button.

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You may also find our Adobe Connect Webinar Participant Guide useful to print out in advance of the session.We really hope that you will be able to join for what should be a lively and highly interactive TLC.

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