Teaching Practice

The teaching approaches adopted by LSBM are guided by our mission:

  • Build rewarding careers for our students and staff.
  • Transform our students’ lives through the provision of a high-quality educational experience within a supportive academic community which promotes learning and personal development.
  • Raise the aspirations of our students to become independent and critical learners, to achieve their full potential and to make valuable contributions to society.
  • Raise the aspirations of our staff by developing, supporting and empowering them to deliver excellent teaching, research and scholarship, student support and service provision.
  • Enhance our learning and working environment through the application of Servant Leadership principles, which promote kindness, ethical rigour, creativity and accountability.

We use a wide range of teaching methods to support staff and students in these objectives. These help to increase independence and critical learning across the organisation, and include technology-based learning. 

We recruit and develop high quality and professional academics with an aptitude and passion for teaching and learning. Our Teaching and Learning Forum (TLF) evaluates and promotes useful resources and approaches, as well as providing effective development and training (internal and external). 

Our aim is that all teaching staff will engage in pedagogic research, scholarship, and professional development to enhance their knowledge of teaching, learning and relevant practices. We are striving to embed activities and support to raise awareness and to promote, support and disseminate engagement in pedagogic research and scholarship in teaching and learning.

The development of quality teaching and learning are informed by research into the learning experience of students at LSBM. We aim to make central support/resources available for specific research into student retention, with an emphasis on focused research into the experience of students who drop out and their reasons for this.

The Institutional eLearning Strategy drives the enhancement of the learning experience of all students by supplementing face-to-face contact with a strategic use of eLearning activities. The needs of each student are therefore met through teaching and learning methods that utilise both face-to-face student contact and eLearning in the context of a blended learning environment. 

Partners and Accreditations

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  • 1 Malet Street, London, WC1E 7JN.