Location: Sixty One Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET
Bringing together key policymakers and stakeholders, this seminar will focus on innovative approaches to designing and delivering course curricula in Higher Education – as HE providers face demand for more flexible modes of learning with rising student numbers and higher tuition fees.
It is scheduled to follow the June publication of the HEA report on Flexible pedagogies: preparing for the future, and includes a keynote presentation from the project's lead consultant, Professor Ron Barnett.
Delegates will discuss latest thinking on developing and implementing course curricula, including the use of technology in teaching and learning, employer engagement in course design, as well as in-course work-based learning opportunities. They will also consider the challenges raised by curriculum re-design, particularly the effects on student assessment and pedagogy.
Those expected to attend include registrars, deans of schools and course leaders and other senior staff within universities and colleges, alongside careers services, graduate recruiters and CPD professionals, providers of educational technology and students' unions.
We are delighted that Professor Ron Barnett, Lead Consultant, Flexible pedagogies: preparing for the future, Higher Education Academy and Emeritus Professor of Higher Education, Institute of Education, University of London has agreed to deliver a keynote address at this seminar.
Professor Barry Clarke, Chairman, Education for the Built Environment Group and Chairman, Engineering Education Board; Dr Neil Gordon, Author, Flexible Pedagogies: technology-enhanced learning, Lecturer and Director of Taught Postgraduate Studies, Department of Computer Science, University of Hull; Megan Dunn, Vice President, Higher Education, NUS; Clare Hallows, Registrar, Bradford College, West Yorkshire; Jane Kettle, Author, Flexible Pedagogies: employer engagement and work-based learning; Professor Mike McLinden, Author, Flexible Pedagogies: part-time learners and learning in higher education; Programme Lead (Visual Impairment) and Co-Director of Education, University of Birmingham; Professor Mike Neary, Professor of Sociology, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lincoln; Professor Philip Plowden, Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Derby;Greham Raynham, Studio Director, Bond Bryan Architects; Professor Helen Spencer-Oatey, Director, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick; Jim Thompson, Chief Executive Officer, CogBooks; Professor Daniella Tilbury, Co-Author, Flexible Pedagogies: new pedagogical ideas;Nicola Turner, Director of Employability, Aston University and Dr Steve Wyn Williams, Dean of Academic Policy and Development, Staffordshire University have also agreed to speak.
Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods MP, Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary University Group and Lord Holmes of Richmond, Member, House of Lords Digital Skills Select Committee and Consultant, BPP Law School have kindly agreed to chair this seminar.
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