The Learning Innovation Team support the development of teaching and learning practice across London Business School. In addition to the materials below, we are available to discuss any aspect of your teaching and learning practice and offer a range of support.
Extracted from How Learning Works: 7 Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching (Ambrose et al, 2010). These principles bring together relevant research and evidence to guide learning design and good teaching practice.
Reflecting on our practice enables us to improve our practice and gain better outcomes in the future. It also increases our awareness of our abilities and supports our approaches in evaluating the quality of our teaching and learning.
Learning Aims and Outcomes
When designing a new course, or updating an existing one, it is important to ensure that the outcomes, the learning activities and assessment practice are all aligned.