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The session is hybrid: Come along in person to Room G8 WBW (coffee and biscuits provided, and feel free to bring your lunch). Alternatively join via the Teams link: Click here to join the meeting.

In this seminar, Dr Arthur Galamba will advocate for the integration of a robust pedagogical framework within Higher Education that effectively amalgamates both physical and digital learning environments. Acknowledging the contemporary significance of digital technology in education, he will contend that educators within Higher Education should embrace a pedagogical approach termed 'hybrid immersive.' This pedagogical paradigm aims to augment students' engagement within digitally enhanced classrooms, fostering an environment conducive to expanded inquiry, discourse, and instructor feedback both preceding and succeeding in-person sessions.

About the speaker

Arthur taught physics in secondary schools in Brazil for over 12 years and gained a master's degree in Cognitive Psychology before moving to the UK to gain his QTS and a PhD. He is a Senior Lecturer in Science Education and the Director of PGCE Science, PGCE Physics and PGCE Physics with Maths in the School of Education, Communication & Society at King’s. He is also a coordinator of the STEM Education Hub, a decolonial project run in partnership between KCL and the British Council Brazil, which seeks to create and support opportunities for collaboration between UK and Brazil educators. 

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Event details

Room G8, Waterloo Bridge Wing
Waterloo Campus
57 Waterloo Road London, SE1 8WA