Using a NILE Organisation to support staff working as Personal Academic Tutors
By rachelm On June 17, 2014 ·
In this case study, Louise Atkinson, Research Teaching Assistant in NBS, discusses how she has developed a NILE Organisation for her personal tutees for consistent non-academic communication. Using it as a pilot during academic session 13-14, she further shares how she would like to develop this approach and use it with other staff within her School.
Tagged with: Feedback • NILE • Personal Tutor • Reflection
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