Integrating educational thinking
Wednesday 10 July, 09:15-16:30 - Online conference
Call for papers now open!
Submit by 12noon Monday 18 March.
As universities across the globe tackle the wide range of challenges and opportunity currently facing the sector, many are responding by developing guidelines, frameworks, strategies, and references to support colleagues. As the number of such documents grows, the application in practice can become more difficult.
For this year’s international online conference, we’d like to focus on practical examples of the application of such strategies within teaching, learning and assessment. Some key areas that proposals could cover are:
- Inclusive education
- Generative AI
- Instructional design
- Decolonising the curriculum
- Evaluating impact
We welcome papers where colleagues have adapted their practice based on such guidance and also welcome conversations around how we can work to align varied strategies within an institution and across the sector.
For our keynote this year we are delighted to be welcoming Helen Beetham and Sheila MacNeill, senior consultants who worked with JISC in developing the Beyond Blended report looking at post-pandemic curriculum and learning design.
We will also enjoy our well-established session from Hull University Students' Union.
All HE staff, students and stakeholders are welcome to this free, online event.
We have been delivering our annual conference online since 2020 and have continued to build upon previous success, whilst making enhancements each year based on delegate feedback. Last year delegates highlighted the ‘clear, accessible and varied programme’; the high quality of session chairing ‘with supportive chat discussions’, which ‘builds connections’; the range of attendees ‘really enriches the experience’ and the ‘smooth delivery’ online.
Enhancements this year based on previous feedback will include live Pecha Kucha style sessions.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Teaching Excellence Academy. We look forward to receiving your contributions.
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