Thursday, 24 January 2019

Fwd: Call for contributions: 1st CIHE Conference, 'Creative Approaches to Pedagogic Research'

Call for Contributions

Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge campus), 10 July 2019

We are delighted to announce our inaugural annual conference entitled 'Creative Approaches to Pedagogic Research'.

Our keynote speakers are Prof Pauline Kneale (University of Plymouth) and Prof Mike Sharples (Open University), both of whom are Honorary Visiting Professors at CIHE.  We will also have two workshops from Dr Mark J. P. Kerrigan (Plymouth College of Art, Honorary Visiting Fellow at CIHE) and Prof Gina Wisker (University of Brighton).

This conference is an opportunity to share and learn about current innovative approaches to research-informed teaching and learning.

Therefore, we invite contributions of 30 minutes focussing on any of the below three strands, which underpin CIHE's mission, or other creative approaches to pedagogic research.
·         Digital Futures 
·         Active Learning 
·         Design Thinking Pedagogy 
We encourage innovative use of the 30 minute time slot including (but not limited to):
·         Micro-teaching
·         Short practice workshop 'How to…'
·         Interactive debate and discussion
Please submit your proposal using this form by 18 April 2019.
Please note it is our intention to publish contributions as chapters in an edited volume in 2019/20.
Registration fees
External delegate: £75.00
External doctoral student: £30.00
ARU staff member: £0.00
ARU doctoral student: £0.00
The conference booking system will be open shortly.
The conference webpage is now open and can be accessed here.
If you have any queries or questions, please contact us via

Dr. Emma Coonan
Research Fellow, Centre for Innovation in Higher Education

Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT 
Anglia Learning & Teaching, 2nd Floor, Abbeygate House
Learning Development Services

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