Learning how to Teach

A session at Web Teaching Day 2015

Friday 22nd May, 2015

10:30am to 11:00am (GMT)

To a fresh-faced web development student, code looks confusing and scary; a journey into the unknown. Unfortunately, those were my thoughts about having to teach my first class of wide-eyed students just 18 months ago. Over that time I've been trying to work out exactly how best to teach technical skills to a diverse crowd of adult learners – which has come with varying degrees of success and failure. In this talk, I’d like to share some of the good times and some of the bad times, and hope to kick-start a conversation about the importance of learning how to teach.

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Guy Routledge

Front End Developer @bigfishlondon, SCSS lover, Guinness Drinker, House Builder, All round web-geek and wannabe Grumpy Old Man bio from Twitter

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Time 10:30am11:00am GMT

Date Fri 22nd May 2015

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