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Adam Gajek Feb 14
Some of the students participants of the 2nd Learning and Teaching Forum in Warsaw! Meaningful students participation is crucial for development of higher education in Europe. I am happy to see FOR TIMES more students here than at the 1st Forum! ⁦
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Adam Gajek Feb 14
Imperial College of London asks students if they were intellectually challenged by a course! That's so great! Compared to frequently asked questions like ”how are you satisfied” these data can show a real value of a course!
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Paola Corti Feb 14
workshop on with great discussion between teachers, students, university management:
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Dr Carina Ginty Feb 14
Super open resources developed by a digital learning platform for HE teachers on 👍
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Paola Corti Feb 15
I love how passionate Marian McCarthy is when saying "Every teaching act is a research act"
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Andreas Trohjell Feb 15
This debate has temperature, what a passion for teaching and learning! Also; this question is fantastic
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Dr Catherine O'Mahony Feb 15
Chair Michael Murphy reflecting on the need to draw on an evidence base for decisions around teaching and student learning. We criticize politicians for lacking the same in policy making.
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Helene Peterbauer Nov 14
Thank you to the members of the Thematic Peer Group on in and , who just had their final meeting, hosted by in Ireland. Looking forward to our focus group at the L&T Forum in Utrecht in February:
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IUA Academic Affairs Feb 15
In the fantastic final plenary session, is passionately making the case that & belongs to everyone and that teaching doesn’t just start in the classroom - of teaching goes hand-in-hand with research of the discipline.
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Marian McCarthy Feb 17
I agree! Many thanks to and colleagues for the opportunity to debate key issues relating to how we make the most of student learning and its evidence and how we advance teaching as a research act, making it visible in student centered curriculum and assessment.
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Dr Catherine O'Mahony Oct 17
Some great papers on the site from the 2019 forum, including this gem "Making research work - institutional support for research-based learning as a form of active learning".
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Helene Peterbauer Oct 2
The call for contributions for the 2020 Forum is now closed. We received many proposals - thank you to all who submitted one! Meanwhile, registrations for the Forum are open, the early-bird deadline is 8 January:
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Dr. Catherine Cronin Feb 15
hearing more about the 10 European Principles for the Enhancement of Learning & Teaching.
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Alexander Hasgall Feb 4
Romiță Iucu : "We must train educators who uphold the highest professional, scientific, moral and teaching standards, who are more than the mere result of favourable career opportunities focused exclusively on scientometric performances."
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National Forum T&L Feb 15
Many thanks to organisers and participants at EUA Forum for Learning and Teaching and our hosts for a lively and fruitful two days. Participants from included & A. Farrell.
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Paul McSweeney Feb 14
And now presents on research-based learning - an project across six universities.
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Therese Zhang Jun 5
Replying to @therese_zhang
report conclusions on this could still be discussed here! 💡
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Helene Peterbauer Sep 23
Only a few more days before the call for contributions for the 2020 Forum closes. Don't miss out on this chance to share your experience and ideas:
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Cecilia Christersson Feb 14
“Innovative teaching for World class learning” the strategy for Imperial College presented by Simone Buitendijk ,
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Helene Peterbauer Oct 18
Registrations for the 2020 Forum are open! Sign up soon to take advantage of the early-bird fee and have a look at the latest programme here:
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