Roehampton's Annual Learning & Teaching Conference
Becoming a 21st Century Graduate
Dear M25 Colleagues
We would like to invite you to participate in our Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, which takes place on Wednesday 20th April 9.30-16.00. Information is on our website at: http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/Services/Learning-and-Teaching/Events/ Bookings are now open at: http://ektstg.roehampton.ac.uk/Services/Learning-and-Teaching/Events/
Our keynote speaker is Professor Ron Barnett from the Institute of Education / UCL. The conference will includes workshops, debates and discussions around the topic of learning and teaching in the 21st century university. How can academic and support staff ensure that students are supported throughout their degrees? How can we improve retention rates on our taught programmes? What does a 21st century university teacher look like? What's the role of learning technology? How can we support our students to become excellent and employable 21st century graduates?
Our themes of this year are:
o The student journey / learning journeys
o Retention, retention, retention
o Stragglers and strugglers / the role of student support
o Making the most of technology
o Employability and the curriculum
Do join us if you can!
2016 Conference Organiser
Bridget Middlemas, SFHEA
PICASA Coordinator & SEDA Programmes Convenor | Learning & Teaching Team
Grove House | University of Roehampton | London SW15 5PJ
(t) 0208 392 3499
PICASA Project at Roehampton - Promoting Internationalisation of HEIs in Eastern Neighbourhood Countries through Cultural and Structural Adaptations
PICASA on Twitter at: UKPICASA
Bridget on Twitter at: bmiddlemas
Teaching at Uni at: teachingatuni
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