#LTHEchat No 11: ‘Discussing failure and when things go wrong in Learning and Teaching’ with @ChrisCorker

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Dear colleagues,

This week we have the pleasure to have with us Chris Corker (@ChrisCorker), a Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University who will be leading the #LTHEchat on ‘Discussing failure and when things go wrong in Learning and Teaching’

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Chris Corker is, in his own words, a ‘learning and teaching enthusiast’, having previously worked and published in areas related to learner autonomy, employability, retention, critical thinking, and most recently failure. His discipline background is in History, where is he is currently working on his PhD on the Sheffield Armaments Industry between 1900 and 1930. He also teaches in History, and recently co-developed a module which gives first year history students the chance to work in libraries and archives to uncover potentially new and untouched aspects of local history. Several publications are forthcoming documenting the approach.

Alongside Chris, Sue Beckingham from the LTHEchat team will be facilitating the chat.

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