Tuesday, 21 January 2014

FW: Engaging Change in Learning and Teaching: Students, Staff and Institutions as Partners - 28 March 2014

 

Colleagues may be interested in this free event for staff and students on the 28 March:

 

Engaging change in learning and teaching: students, staff and institutions as partners

When: 28 March, 9:30-16:15

Where: University of Westminster Marylebone Campus, London

 

How do institutions work in partnership with students and staff to achieve strategic change and enhance learning and teaching in higher education? Exploring successful and emerging new models of partnership working to achieve strategic change, this event will provide opportunity to promote and share good practice from within your own institution; relationship building for inter-institutional partnership working; and networking for staff and/or student partnership opportunities across and between institutions.

 

Speakers include:

  • Liam Jarnecki – Director of the Student Engagement Partnership;
  • Professor Philippa Levy – Deputy Chief Executive of the Higher Education Academy;
  • Professor  Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Westminster;
  • Professor Mike Neary – Dean of Teaching and Learning, University of Lincoln.

 

The event will be of particular interest to university leaders with responsibility for taking forward strategic change and development in HE, particularly in relation to curriculum, learning and teaching (e.g. PVCs, Deans, Directors of Learning & Teaching and Curriculum Development); and students either already working in partnership, or who have a keen interest in getting involved or contributing to change within their institution.

 

For more information and to book your free place go to: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/events/detail/2014/28_mar_Engaging_Change_Uni_Westminster

 

Best wishes,

Abbi

 

Dr Abbi Flint

ADO Leadership and Strategy (Students as Partners)

 

M +44 (0) 7720 968840         abbi.flint@heacademy.ac.uk

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