Barriers to learning in CHE?
At the major English: Shared Futures conference in Newcastle in July, Lindy Rudd was one of the speakers on a panel convened by the British Shakespeare Association to consider aspects of teaching Shakespeare’s works across all sectors of education. Lindy works in the College Higher Education sector as Curriculum Leader for GCSE English at Peterborough Regional College.
The resources from Lindy’s presentation are now available to access on the members-only area of the BSA website. Her talk (entitled ‘Condemn the fault and not the actor of it? Barriers to learning in CHE’) explored the growth of the ‘consumer culture’ in education and the corresponding impact on creativity in the CHE sector in particular.