Active Learning for All
18-19 July, Edinburgh Napier University
The call for papers is now open and contributions are welcome for the following sessions:
- Talks (20 mins (15 + 5 mins for questions))
- Snapshots (5 mins)
- Workshop (90 mins)
The theme incorporates a number of activities including:
- Team Based Learning
- Problem Based Learning
- Project Based Learning
- Playful Learning
- Simulation & Role Play Based Learning
The deadline for submissions is 10 April 2019 and you can find full information on the conference website.
‘Embedding Student and Staff Well-Being in the Curriculum’
Calman Learning Centre, Durham University
10 September 2019
The call for papers and registration for the 2019 3 Rivers Regional learning and teaching conference is now open.
Building upon the success of previous partnership events held by the region’s Universities (Teesside, Durham, Newcastle, Sunderland and Northumbria), our theme for 2019 is ‘Embedding Student and Staff Well-Being in the Curriculum’.
Contributions are welcomed on this and any other learning and teaching initiatives in higher-education in the format of either a 15 minute talk or a Show a Tell, where you can demonstrate a new learning and teaching initiative over coffee to the delegates. The event will be hosted by Durham’s Centre for Academic Development in the Calman Learning Centre.
Further details on the conference, including the keynote, registration and submitting a presentation proposal are available via the conference website here https://3riversnortheast.wordpress.com/
Note the call for papers closes on 15th March 2019 at 1pm, and registration will close on 19th April 2019. If you have any further queries or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that the theme for the Learning and Teaching Conference 2019 is ‘The changing landscape of Higher Education’.
This one day event will be held on Wednesday 3 April 2019 and will explore:
- How do we deliver our vision for a Newcastle education set out in the University Vision and Strategy, in a constantly changing higher education landscape?
- How can we reflect these changes in the education experience?
- How do these changes positively impact on teaching and the student experience?
This year’s conference will explore the landscape of change under 4 key themes:
- Supporting all students to fulfil their potential: This will incorporate innovations and effective practice around equality, diversity and inclusion; international students, accessibility, student wellbeing and student voice
- Education and research: How students benefit from studying in a research-intensive environment and professional practice
- Employability and engagement: Working with students as partners, and with partners in business, industry in the public sector, to provide educational experiences that allow our students to succeed and thrive in the new world of work being created by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (including how these experiences support the social impact, both locally and globally, of the considerations of widening participation and outreach)
- Technology enhanced learning: Using digital tools now and in the future to support flipped, blended and online learning and assessment and feedback
Further details about the conference are available on the conference website and the we will continue to update this website with details of the keynote speakers and programme over the coming months.
Call for submissions
The call for submissions is now open and staff and students at all Newcastle University campuses are warmly invited to submit an abstract. The deadline for submissions is 11 January 2019 . Find out more and submit your abstract here.
All staff and students are invited to attend this inspiring event. Please book your place now. We look forward to welcoming you on the day.