University College London

Educational Programs 5
Instructors 9

UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different countries. Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, UCL was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men.

University College London Educational Programs

Finished

Community Based Research

Ended On 13/02/2021

Community based research means involving a community in all stages of a research process.

Finished

Community Based Research

Ended On 18/03/2019

Community based research means involving a community in all stages of a research process.

Upcoming

Sustainable Energy Access for Communities

Starting On 03/05/2021

On this three-week course, you’ll explore the meaning of energy access and how to overcome its challenges to provide safe and clean energy for communities

Finished

Educators for Change

Ended On 22/07/2019

This course will help teachers find practical solutions that build on their innovative pedagogical practices and contextual knowledge relating to education

Finished

Educators for Change

Ended On 23/03/2020

This course will help teachers find practical solutions that build on their innovative pedagogical practices and contextual knowledge relating to education

Instructors and Team

Tash Perros
Tash Perros

Tash is a PhD researcher focussing on new technologies for clean cooking access in East Africa. She has a background in engineering and has worked in a diverse range of sectors.

Michelle Baddeley
Michelle Baddeley

I am a behavioural economist based at the University of Technology Sydney. In my work, I explore how behavioural economic insights can help us understand and inform energy choices, attitudes & policy.

Mai Abu Moghli
Mai Abu Moghli

Research Associate at the UCL Institute of Education with the Future Education team at the RELIEF Centre https://www.relief-centre.org Research fellow at the Centre for Lebanese Studies

Tejendra Pherali
Tejendra Pherali

Associate Professor in Education and International Development CEID, University College London

Elaine Chase
Elaine Chase

I am Associate Professor in Education, Health Promotion and International Development at UCL Institute of Education.

Maha Shuayb
Maha Shuayb

Director of the Centre for Lebanese Studies. Maha’s research focuses on the sociology and politics of education particularly equity and equality in education.

Diana Laurillard
Diana Laurillard

Diana Laurillard, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, UCL Knowledge Lab Developing the Learning Designer and Course Resource Appraisal Modeller tools for teachers. Projects: MOOCs on Blended Learning Essentials for teachers; The transformational Potential of MOOCs; Future Education in the RELIEF Centre; Neural-informed game-based interventions for low-progress learners with Learning Sciences Lab Singapore; Teacher Community Knowledge with the AICFE, Beijing. Formerly Head of the e-Learning Strategy Unit at Department for Education and Skills (2002-5); Pro-Vice Chancellor for learning technologies at the Open University (1995-2002); member of the Dearing Committee. . Book: Teaching as a Design Science, Routledge.

Eileen Kennedy
Eileen Kennedy

Dr Eileen Kennedy Eileen Kennedy is a Senior Research Associate in online learning with the Centre for Global Higher Education, and the RELIEF Centre, and is based at the UCL Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education. Her research explores ways of enhancing and supporting the online learning experience and sharing practice in online and blended learning. This has involved developing learning design tools (with Diana Laurillard), creating teacher communities online (e.g. through MOOCs) and researching the experience of learning online. Formerly: taught sociology at various universities for over ten years.

Rym El Moussaoui
Rym El Moussaoui

MOOC Content Coordinator - Center for Lebanese Studies- RELIEF Project. Rym is a educational technology specialist. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Center for Language Sciences and Communication at the Lebanese University. She is currently finalizing her master’s degree in Curriculum and Educational Management at Balamand University. She has worked with many local and international organizations on educational programs for marginalized children. In addition, she co-designed several online training courses in order to support teachers.

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